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ISSN 0382-2834 

QNlfiHIO ENERGY BOABQ 






Ontario Hydro 

Statistical Yearbook 

Supplement to the 

Seventy-fifth 

Annual Report 

for the year 

1982 



700 University Ave. Toronto, Canada 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

THE CORPORATION 1 

OPERATIONS 2 

PROVIDING POWER AND ENERGY 5 

RESTRAINT PROGRAM 9 

ENERGY MANAGEMENT 11 

CUSTOMER RELATIONS 12 

ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 13 

CONSTRUCTION 13 

PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT 14 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 15 

SUPPLY 17 

STAFF 17 

HEALTH AND SAFETY 20 

APPENDIX I— OPERATIONS 21 

ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY ONTARIO HYDRO 22 

IN-SERVICE DEPENDABLE CAPACITY 

AND PRIMARY DEMAND 23 

ONTARIO HYDRO'S TOTAL RESOURCES 24 

ANALYSIS OF ENERGY SALES 26 

NUMBER OF ULTIMATE CUSTOMERS SERVED 28 

TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 28 

DISTRIBUTION LINES 28 

APPENDIX II— FINANCE 29 

FINANCIAL REVIEW 30 

SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 36 

AUDITORS' REPORT 40 

STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 41 

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION 42 

STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 

DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 44 

STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR STABILIZATION OF 

RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 44 

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FINANCIAL POSITION 45 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 46 

FIVE YEAR SUMMARY OF FINANCIAL STATISTICS 52 

FIXED ASSETS 54 

ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 56 

DETAIL OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE 57 

SUMMARY OF THE ALLOCATION OF AMOUNTS CHARGED 

FOR PRIMARY POWER— ALL CUSTOMERS 60 



STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED FOR 

PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 62 

STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY 

MUNICIPALITIES THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT 

APPROPRIATIONS 80 

APPENDIX III— POWER DISTRICT 88 

KILOMETRES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS . 91 

ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 93 

SUPPLEMENT— MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 95 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 97 
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF THE MUNICIPAL 

ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 100 

ELECTRICAL SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 232 

INDEX 252 



STATISTICAL YEARBOOK 

Supplement to the Seventy-fifth Annual Report 

of 

Ontario Hydro 



THE CORPORATION 

Ontario Hydro is a special statutory corporation established by the Province of 
Ontario in 1906. Hydro now operates under the Power Corporation Act, Revised 
Statutes of Ontario, 1980, Chapter 384, as amended, with broad powers to 
generate, supply and deliver electric power throughout the province. 

Hydro operates an extensive power grid which provides interconnections with 
Manitoba Hydro and Minnesota Power and Light on the west, Hydro-Quebec 
on the east, and with utilities in New York and Michigan to the south. 

In 1981 an amending act of the Ontario Legislature authorized Hydro to 
produce and sell steam and hot water as primary products. Early in 1983 this 
authority was broadened by a further amendment which authorizes the Corpora- 
tion to acquire and develop land, and to provide facilities and services for the sale 
of steam and hot water produced at the Bruce Nuclear Power Development for 
use in agriculture and industry in the County of Bruce. 

Hydro's primary responsibility is to provide power to municipalities — over 
which it has certain regulatory functions — which in turn distribute the power to 
customers in their areas. Hydro also supplies more than 100 direct industrial 
customers and about 763,000 retail customers in rural areas not served by 
municipal utilities. 

The Power Corporation Act provides that power be supplied to municipalities 
at "cost". This includes charges for operation, maintenance, administration, 
depreciation, fixed charges and reserve adjustment. Also authorized for inclusion 
under legislation passed in 1981 are the cost of an energy conservation program 
and any shortfall in revenue resulting from the rural rate differential adjustment. 
Fixed charges include interest and expenses of debt service and a debt retirement 
charge adequate to retire outstanding debt over a 40-year period. 



2 The Corporation 

The Province of Ontario guarantees the payment of the principal and interest 
on bonds and notes issued to the public by Ontario Hydro. In the case of public 
borrowing in the United States, the province borrows on behalf of Hydro by 
issuing its own debentures and advancing the proceeds to Ontario Hydro upon 
terms and conditions agreed upon between the Corporation and the Treasurer 
of Ontario. 

Ontario Hydro is administered by a Board of Directors consisting of a chair- 
man, a vice-chairman, a president and not more than 10 other directors. Regular 
review of strategy, programs and resources is a function of the Executive Office, 
composed of the chairman, the president, the two executive vice-presidents and 
the secretary and general counsel. 

OPERATIONS 

For Ontario Hydro, it was a year of achievement in the midst of tough economic 
circumstances in both Ontario and Canada. 



STATISTICAL 



1972 1973 



In-service dependable peak capacity, December thousand kW 14,422 17,501 

Primary peak demand, December thousand kW 12,739 13,606 

Annual energy generated and received (1) million kW.h 78,205 83,505 

Primary energy demand million kW.h 73,497 78,163 

Secondary sales million kW.h 4,708 5,342 

Annual energy sold by Ontario Hydro (2) million kW.h 72,485 78,237 

Primary revenue of Ontario Hydro million $ 665 794 

Fixed assets at cost million $ 5,604 6,581 

Gross expenditure on fixed assets in year million $ 562 997; 

Total assets, less accumulated depreciation million $ 5,525 6,343 

Long-term liabilities and notes payable million $ 4,013 4,70 li 

Transmission line (circuit length) kilometres 35,929 36,886 

Distribution line (3) kilometres 85,813 87,091 

Average number of employees in year 22,582 22,962 

Number of associated municipal electrical utilities 353 353| 

Ultimate customers served by Ont. Hydro and municipal 

utilities thousands 2,480 2,5371 



(1) Excludes circulating energy flows. 

(2) Excludes transmission losses, internal primary loads (construction projects 
and heavy water plant). 

(3) Transmission lines under 50 kV classified distribution beginning in 1980. 



Operations 3 

Despite the weak economic conditions that prevailed during the first five 
months of the year, use of electrical energy was close to what had been forecast. 
The particul: i iy long, cold winter accounted for much of this electricity use which, 
in turn, masked the impact of poor economic conditions and the resulting industri- 
al downturn. 

At mid-year, however, as the weather became milder, the effect of the weak 
economy on Hydro's load pattern became much more evident. Growth in electrici- 
ty use and, consequently, revenues began to fall off. At the time, it looked as 
though this downward trend — compounded by high inflation and interest rates — 
would continue through the year. 

Hydro responded to these events quickly and decisively. An immediate effort 
was made to cut costs and reduce borrowings. All capital expenditures were 
stringently reviewed and operating budgets reduced. 



SUMMARY 1972-1982 



1974 


1975 


1976 


1977 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 


15,759 


18,667 


19,677 


21,347 


22,845 


22,664 


22,561 


22,617 


21,872 


13,538 


14,513 


15,896 


15,677 


15,722 


16,365 


16,808 


16,600 


16,872 


88,697 


86,194 


95,010 


101,382 


105,766 


109,788 


110,901 


112,722 


111,589 


82,696 


84,222 


90,853 


92,855 


95,373 


98,127 


100,174 


101,659 


100,836 


6,001 


1,972 


4,157 


8,527 


10,393 


11,661 


10,727 


11,063 


10,753 


82,919 


80,186 


86,389 


93,833 


99,379 


103,778 


104,994 


107,339 


105,758 


896 


1,027 


1,320 


1,759 


1,979 


2,222 


2,458 


2,737 


2,969 


7,447 


8,863 


10,161 


11,561 


13,200 


14,776 


16,073 


18,235 


20,786 


890 


1,442 


1,326 


1,425 


1,694 


1,659 


1,369 


2,207 


2,883 


7,080 


8,593 


9,924 


11,386 


13,162 


14,514 


15,593 


17,830 


20,721 


5,278 


6,672 


7,907 


8,954 


10,424 


11,536 


12,520 


14,197 


16,443 


37,469 


38,207 


38,964 


39,724 


40,103 


39,485 


26,476 


26,596 


26,879 


88,095 


89,426 


90,365 


91,204 


90,559 


90,157 


101,601 


101,211 


101,562 


23,612 


25,361 


24,123 


25,118 


27,850 


28,385 


28,902 


30,850 


32,654 


353 


353 


353 


352 


334 


332 


324 


324 


324 


2,593 


2,647 


2,710 


2,775 


2,833 


2,878 


2,927 


2,967 


3,004 



4 Operations 

As the year drew to an end, these efforts appeared to have paid off. The revenue 
picture, although below what had been forecast, improved substantially during 
the latter months of the year. With the help of declining interest and inflation 
rates as well as a stronger Canadian dollar during the last two quarters, 1982 
shaped up to be a successful year for Ontario Hydro — particularly when com- 
pared with other utilities and industries. 

But many of the economic pressures experienced in 1982 will continue during 
the coming years. These pressures, coupled with a firm commitment to maintain- 
ing standards of quality and service, put a strain on Hydro's resources. 

Higher costs usually mean higher rates. Yet Hydro is also committed to 
providing electricity to the people of Ontario at the lowest cost possible. Over 
the past few years, the provincial utility has maintained an enviable record on 
electricity rates — since 1979, electricity rates have increased less than the rate 
of inflation — and the goal is no real increase in the price of electricity over the 
next decade. 

Early in 1982, application was made to the Ontario Energy Board for an 
increase in electricity rates for 1983. After reviewing Hydro's submission of 
unavoidable cost increases and its financial projections, the OEB recommended 
a reduced increase. Subsequently, the province announced an inflation restraint 
program for government and public sector agencies. As a consequence, Hydro's 
Board of Directors announced a rate increase of 8.4 per cent for 1983. 

The lower increase in electricity rates presented a challenge to maintain the 
corporation's financial health by cutting costs even further. Indeed, the major 
push to reduce costs across the board was a clear indication of Hydro's continued 
determination to become a trimmer, more cost-conscious organization. 

But it was also clear that keeping electricity rates competitive over the longer 
term demanded more than cost-cutting. 

Faced with this challenge, Hydro developed a new corporate strategy for the 
1980s which took into account the economic environment of the coming decade. 
This strategy represents a shift in emphasis from supplying new generation toward 
working with customers to determine how best to meet their energy needs. Hydro 
will be encouraging its customers to make better use of Ontario's electricity system 
wherever it is in their best interests to do so. 

In every sense, this is complementary to the energy conservation message that 
Ontario Hydro, along with many other utilities, has been stressing for several 
years. Electricity should not be wasted. It should be used wisely. And it should 
be used in more places where it is an appropriate source of energy. More efficient 
use of Ontario's electricity supply system will reduce the cost to the power 
consumers of the province. Wiser and more efficient use of electricity can also 
play an important part in the national oil substitution effort. 



Energy Demand 5 

Electricity exports will continue to play a major role. Since the mid 1970s 
Ontario Hydro's power exports to the United States have been a significant source 
of revenue. In 1982, exports brought in an income of $163 million, which was 
applied directly to reducing the cost of power in Ontario. Last year Hydro also 
negotiated multi-year firm power sales to two American utilities and intends to 
pursue more firm power exports in the future. 

Another component of the strategy for the '80s is to seek out business opportuni- 
ties related to electricity production such as the sale of surplus steam, sale of 
radioisotopes or making available the expertise of Hydro staff. Here again the 
revenue earned will help keep the unit cost of electricity down — to the benefit 
of the people of Ontario. During 1982, for instance, the provincial government 
requested that Hydro assume control of the Bruce Energy Centre located near 
the Bruce Nuclear Power Development. This will permit the marketing of surplus 
steam produced in the Bruce reactors to agricultural and industrial users in the 
area. 

So the year 1982 marked a change in course for Ontario Hydro. The encroach- 
ing economic pressures of the past few years demanded firm action. Hydro took 
firm action. The challenge that faced the organization in the past was to produce 
more and more power to meet rapidly growing demand for electricity. Today's 
challenge lies in successfully re-orienting Ontario Hydro to a pattern of slower 
growth while continuing to meet the energy needs of the people it serves. 



Providing Power and Energy 

Reflecting the severity of the economic recession, primary electrical energy 
demand for the year failed to exceed that of the previous year for the first time 
since 1944. Actual demand reached 100.8 billion kilowatt-hours, 0.8 per cent 
below 1981. 

On January 18, annual peak demand reached an all-time high of 18.1 million 
kilowatts, an increase of 5.4 per cent over the previous record set in January, 1981. 



FUEL CONSUMED TO PRODUCE ELECTRICITY 

Percentage 
Consumed in Year Change 
Kind of Fuel 1_982 mj in 1982 

Uranium (Megagrams) 610.6 659 — 7.3 

Coal (Megagrams) 12,449,103 1 1,386,850 + 9.3 

Natural Gas (Million Cu. Metres) 1 1.4 9.0 27 

Residual & Crude Oil (Cu. Metres) 58,913 49,334 +19.4 

Ignition & Combustion Turbine Oil (Cu. Metres) . 51,700 44,126 +17.2 



6 Operations 

During the year, Ontario Hydro generated 104.1 billion kilowatt-hours of 
electricity, with almost equal contributions from the three primary sources — nu- 
clear, coal and water power. 

In addition, Hydro purchased 7.5 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, 85 per 
cent of which was supplied by utilities outside the province, primarily in Manitoba 
and Quebec. Douglas Point Generating Station, owned by Atomic Energy of 
Canada Limited, provided the balance. 

At year-end, in-service dependable peak capacity totalled 21.9 million kilo- 
watts, down 3.6 per cent from the December, 1981, figure. 



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Nuclear Performance 



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80,000 



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During 1982, Ontario Hydro's nuclear generating units continued their out- 
standing performance. In September, Bruce Unit 3 completed a 494-day run at 
continuous full power, thereby setting a world record for continuous high opera- 
tion. With a gross capacity factor of 96.8 per cent, this unit ranked first in world 
reactor performance for 1982. 

In a world-wide comparison of reactors of 500,000 kilowatts or more, five of 
the eight Bruce and Pickering units ranked within the top 10 performers in 1982. 
On a lifetime basis, Hydro units occupy seven of the top 10 places. 

At the same time, the operating costs of nuclear generation continued to be 
considerably lower than those of fossil-fuelled generation for base load applica- 
tion. 



8 Operations 

The year marked a milestone in the Candu program as Canada's first nuclear 
power station, the 20,000-kilowatt Nuclear Power Demonstration near Rolphton, 
celebrated 20 years of operating on October 1 . Later that month Pickering B Unit 
5 started up and produced its first electricity in December. Scheduled to go into 
service in July, 1 983, this unit is the first of four at Pickering B which will provide 
almost 2.2 million kilowatts of additional nuclear capacity by 1985. 

At Bruce A, an innovative method was used in October to repair Unit 3's fuel 
transfer system after irradiated fuel was damaged during transfer to the storage 
bay. A remote-controlled vehicle was used to remove the damaged fuel to a 
shielded flask. As a result, the job was completed in a short period of time and 
with low radiation exposure to staff. 

Thunder Bay Unit 3 began commercial operation July 15, marking completion 
of the two-unit, 300,000-kilowatt extension to the single-unit station in service 
since 1963. Designed to burn low-sulphur western Canadian lignite, the new units 
are more efficient, cheaper to operate and environmentally more acceptable than 
the original unit. 

Export sales of electricity to United States utilities, primarily in New York 
State and Michigan, amounted to 10.7 billion kilowatt-hours, 2.7 per cent less 
than the previous year. Income totalling $163 million from these sales was used 
to reduce the overall cost of providing electricity to Ontario customers by 5.1 per 
cent during 1982. 

Sales in 1982 were adversely affected by the unavailability of some generation 
for export during the first quarter, transmission limitations and lower demand 
due to the economic recession and competition from other utilities. Revenues were 
also affected by lower than forecast export prices resulting from lower sales 
demand and lower world oil prices. 

During 1982, one of Hydro's major export initiatives, a proposal to supply 
power to General Public Utilities (GPU) of New Jersey via a high voltage, direct 
current cable running under Lake Erie, was cancelled by GPU. 

However, Hydro was successful in reaching an agreement to supply the Ver- 
mont Department of Public Service with up to 52,000 kilowatts of firm power 
annually for a five-year period which commenced in November. 

Under another agreement negotiated during the year, Hydro began supplying 
Niagara Mohawk in New York State with 400,000 kilowatts of firm power for 
four years effective in December. This sale is significant because the New York 
market is expected to become increasingly competitive when Hydro-Quebec 
completes its new interconnection with that state in 1984. 

Hydro continued to pursue sales opportunities with other United States utilities 
with a view toward finding customers for eight to 12 billion kilowatt-hours of 
power a year, including at least one million kilowatts of firm power. 



Restraint Program 



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Restraint Program 

Faced with a decline in energy demand which reflected the severity of the recession 
during 1982, the Corporation underwent a year of review and cost-cutting as it 
strove to become a more efficient and responsive organization while maintaining 
its quality of service. 

By mid-year, not only were revenues from primary and secondary sales down, 
but interest and foreign exchange costs were up well beyond expectations. By July, 
it appeared that the Corporation could experience a shortfall of $120 million in 
net income from the forecast of $386 million. However, by year-end the situation 
had improved considerably so that actual net income was $348 million, $38 million 
below forecast. 



10 Operations 

A stronger Canadian dollar and decreases in inflation and interest rates during 
the latter part of the year contributed to this improvement. Greater than expected 
output from hydro-electric generating stations helped as well by reducing the need 
for more costly generation. 

However, another important factor affecting net income was the implementa- 
tion at mid-year of an aggressive corporate restraint program. 

A feature of this program has been a stringent review of all planned and existing 
capital construction projects to determine which could be rescheduled or scaled 
down to reduce revenue requirements. As a result of this review, a number of 
projects, primarily in the design and construction areas, were affected. A major 
example was the rescheduling of two Darlington units in order to reduce borrow- 
ing requirements during the next few years. 

In cooperation with staff, management took a hard look at operating, mainte- 
nance and administration (OM&A) costs and succeeded in considerably reducing 
these during the last few months of the year. As a first step, hiring restrictions 
were imposed, overtime and travel costs were restricted, and discussions were 
begun with representatives of management and professional staff which resulted 
in a voluntary compensation restraint program. 

At the same time, it was decided to mothball the two remaining units at Lennox, 
Hydro's only oil-fired generating station. 

An inventory reduction program was developed to reduce carrying charges on 
coal, oil, heavy water, surplus real estate and standard materials. The program 
is expected to save the Corporation about $100 million by the end of 1983. In 
total, savings in excess of $300 million could be achieved by the end of 1985. 

The new year brought more cost-cutting decisions. 

Addressing OM&A costs further, the Board of Directors decided in January 
to suspend the operation of Thunder Bay Generating Station Unit 1 and make 
supplemental staff from Thunder Bay available to commission Atikokan Generat- 
ing Station. This reduction in additional commissioning staff requirements for 
Atikokan is expected to save the Corporation $1.6 million in 1983. 

A decision was also made to close the Niagara Regional Office in Hamilton 
and redistribute the workload among other offices. This action is expected to save 
$3.25 million a year. At the same time, the Corporation announced plans to 
mothball a sixth unit at the R.L. Hearn Generating Station in Toronto and reduce 
the operating hours of the two remaining units. 



Energy Management 1 1 

Energy Management 

In keeping with the new corporate strategy, Hydro undertook a number of 
activities designed to provide a more effective response to customers' energy needs. 
Building from existing programs, Hydro intensified its work in the residential, 
industrial/commercial and agricultural sectors and began planning for a renewed 
marketing effort in 1983. 

Chief among the residential initiatives undertaken during the year was the 
further development of the Residential Energy Advisory Program (REAP). 
Hydro and 67 participating municipal utilities conducted almost 16,000 REAP 
surveys for homeowners wishing to improve the energy efficiency of their homes. 
Follow-up surveys indicated that about 1 3 per cent of the oil-heated homes first 
visited were fully converted to electric heating and an additional 2 per cent 
underwent partial electric conversions. By year-end, more than half of Ontario's 
residential electricity consumers had access to the program. 

During the year, more than 20,000 residential customers in the province 
received Canada Oil Substitution Program grants to convert from oil to electric 
heating. Ontario Hydro is administering this federal program for electric conver- 
sions in Ontario. Additional annual electricity consumption resulting from these 
conversions is estimated at 280 million kilowatt-hours — about the amount of 
electricity used in one year by a city the size of Woodstock. 

In the new home market, Ontario Hydro, in cooperation with the Canadian 
Electrical Association (CEA), continued its work with builders across the prov- 
ince on a passive solar home program and prepared to introduce a new program 
fostering construction of "super energy-efficient" housing. 

Another new program aimed initially at Hydro's rural residential customers 
was the third party notification program. Designed to assist customers who face 
collection action as a result of lost or forgotten electricity bills, it will be particular- 
ly useful to customers who are elderly, disabled or who have health or language 
difficulties. 

In the industrial/commercial sector, Hydro conducted energy use surveys in 
78 shopping centres and more than 35 large industrial plants to help businesses 
and industries determine what possibilities existed for effective energy savings 
and oil substitution. One promising area is the development of plasma arc 
technology which could play a major role in oil substitution in industry. Hydro 
also continued to work with the CEA on developing standards of efficiency for 
electric motors for industrial and commercial applications. 



1 2 Operations 

During the year, load management field trials involving commercial and resi- 
dential customers continued in Scarborough and Oshawa. These are designed to 
determine the technical and economic feasibility of shifting electrical loads from 
peak to off-peak times. Reliable end-use data are now being obtained and analysed 
from the 517 test homes and 21 commercial establishments in the Oshawa test 
program. 

In addition, load management plant surveys were completed for customers in 
cement and glass manufacturing. 

Several customer service programs focused on the agricultural sector. Farm 
commodity producer seminars aimed at greater energy efficiency were continued 
during the year. In-depth energy surveys of 18 large farms were also completed. 
In addition, Hydro's field research program which tests the energy efficiency of 
new agricultural equipment, undertook 12 new projects. 

The problem of tingle or stray voltage, which can adversely affect the productiv- 
ity of livestock, was given a high priority during the year. In an effort to help 
the farming community, Hydro developed and tested prototype equipment for 
installation at an affected farm, trained staff and developed policies and proce- 
dures for dealing with individual inquiries. 

Customer Relations 

Late in October, Ontario Hydro announced rate increases averaging 8.4 per cent 
to take effect January 1, 1983. The 324 municipal utilities which purchase 
wholesale power from Ontario Hydro received an average increase of 8.2 per cent, 
while direct industrial and rural bills rose 8.5 per cent and 8.8 per cent respectively. 

Originally Hydro had proposed a 13.9 per cent average increase for 1983. In 
August, following a public hearing, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) recom- 
mended an increase of 8.8 per cent. The following month, the provincial govern- 
ment announced an inflation restraint program within government and public 
sector agencies. In keeping with both the OEB's recommendation and the aims 
of the province's restraint effort, Hydro's Board of Directors decided on an 8.4 
per cent average increase. 

Following its review of Hydro's 1983 rate submission,the OEB endorsed pro- 
posed changes to the costing and pricing of electricity, including the introduction 
in January, 1983, of time-of-use rates for bulk power customers. However, after 
the OEB released its report, Ontario Hydro agreed to an Ontario government 
request that introduction of this pricing system be deferred to permit time to 
reconsider the economic impact on customers. 



Engineering and Construction 
ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 



13 



Construction 

Hydro's generating station expansion program will add almost 9.2 million kilo- 
watts of capacity to the Ontario power system by 1992. Almost all of this capacity 
will be nuclear. 

With major design work for Bruce B nuclear generating station essentially 
completed, construction progressed as scheduled during the year. The four units, 
with a combined capacity of 3.2 million kilowatts, are expected to come into 
service between 1984 and 1987. In addition, a low-level radioactive waste storage 
facility was completed and placed in service at the Bruce Nuclear Power Develop- 
ment. 

By the end of 1982, Babcock and Wilcox (Canada) Limited had completed 
delivery of rebuilt steam generators for Pickering B. Meanwhile, design for 
Pickering A's emergency coolant injection system continued during the year, 
while an upgraded site security system was declared in service in March. 

At Darlington, design and construction activity continued at a high level with 
1,700 construction workers on site at year-end. When completed in 1992, the 
four-unit nuclear generating station will have a capacity of 3.6 million kilowatts. 

At Atikokan, construction activities continued, reaching a peak during the year 
with a workforce of 1 ,200 on site. The single-unit station, designed to burn western 
Canadian lignite, is expected to be completed in 1984. 



POWER DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION 
as at December 31, 1982 



Development 


Units 


Installation 
Schedule 


Installed 

Capacity Under 

Construction 

kW 


Number Type 


Pickering B — Lake Ontario east 
of Toronto 


4 TN 

4 TN 

4 TN 
1 TC 


1983-84-85-85 

1984-85-86-87 

1988-89-91-92 
1984 


2,160,000 


Bruce B — Lake Huron near 

Kincardine 


3,200,000 


Darlington — Lake Ontario near 
Newcastle 

Atikokan 


3,600,000 
200,000 







TC — Thermal-electric conventional 
TN — Thermal-electric nuclear 



1 4 Engineering and Construction 

Ensuring service reliability to customers remained a corporate priority as 
evidenced by the 268 transmission "system construction and upgrading projects 
undertaken during the year. Notable among these was the reinforcing of the power 
supply to Prince Edward County. This project included the installation of a 
230-kilovolt submarine cable, 1.6 km (one mile) long — Hydro's first experience 
with underwater cable at this high voltage. 

Design work and some construction have proceeded on the 345-kilovolt trans- 
mission line crossing of the Niagara Gorge at Sir Adam Beck Generating Station 
No. 2. This interconnection, scheduled for completion in 1984, will permit an 
increase in export sales to New York State. 

In total, 172 km (107 miles) of new high voltage transmission lines as well as 
three new transformer stations at Picton, Nepean and Almonte were placed in 
service during 1982. 

Successive reductions in the long-range load forecast and the need to reduce 
costs prompted Board decisions during 1 982 and early 1 983 affecting construction 
of new power supply facilities. 

In February, 1982, Hydro cancelled plans for one of the two units at Atikokan 
Generating Station in northwestern Ontario. 

In November, based on a new load forecast of 2.1 per cent average annual 
growth in electricity use to the year 2000, down from the previous forecast of 
3 per cent, in-service dates for the last two Darlington units were each put back 
two years. These changes in completion dates will reduce Hydro's borrowing 
requirements during the next few years. 

Early in 1983, plans for a hydro-electric project on the Little Jackfish River, 
north of Lake Nipigon, were deferred indefinitely. 

Public Involvement 

Following public hearings during 1982 under the Consolidated Hearings Act 
(1981), the provincial government approved plans for extending the bulk power 
system in both eastern and southwestern Ontario. With these broad system plans 
now determined, the next step — identifying and getting approval for specific 
routes — has begun. When completed in the latter part of this decade, these major 
transmission projects will improve service reliability to consumers in the eastern 
and southwestern parts of the province. The southwestern transmission project 
will also ensure that all the electricity generated at the Bruce Nuclear Power 
Development can be delivered to the power system. 

Extensive public involvement programs for the "route phase" of these transmis- 
sion expansion studies began in the fall of 1982. These progra' is involve citizens, 
municipal and provincial governments and agricultural, environmental and other 
interests in the identification and evaluation of alternative routes. 



Research and Development 1 5 

Assessing the effects of projects on people continued to be an important Hydro 
activity in 1982. Social impact assessments were carried out for projects in the 
planning stages, while regular social impact management and monitoring helped 
to mitigate the effects of Hydro's activities on Ontario communities. 

About 40,000 people attended Hydro's electrical effects demonstrations held 
at various locations throughout the province during the year. These are designed 
to illustrate the effects of high voltage transmission lines on people, animals and 
farm equipment. 

With a view to minimizing the amount of cultivated farmland taken out of 
production, preliminary designs for narrow base 230-kilovolt and 500-kilovolt 
towers were developed and discussed with the Ontario Federation of Agriculture. 



Research and Development 

During the year, Hydro's research staff continued to apply their expertise to 
finding solutions to technical and environmental problems associated with devel- 
opment and operation of the power system. And development work related to 
electricity's potential role in future technologies reached into new areas. 

Environmental protection continued to be a focus of activity in 1982. Acid rain 
research included study of the interactions of clouds and acidic pollutants, model- 
ling of long-range atmospheric transport and development of an instrument 
assembly for measuring the deposition of acidic pollutants at ground level. 
Development of systems for excluding fish from generating station cooling water 
intakes continued. One such system, employing a rope net behavioral barrier, has 
been recommended for Bruce B. As well, tests of a slotted intake developed for 
Darlington promise good performance. 

Continuing its participation in Atomic Energy of Canada Limited's radioactive 
waste management program, Hydro undertook design, welding, remote inspection 
and corrosion studies for containers to be used to isolate and protect irradiated 
fuel for transportation and underground storage. 

The expertise which Ontario Hydro has developed in the handling of tritium 
and deuterium will be applied in the Canadian Fusion Fuels Technology Project, 
established in April, 1982 as a joint program by Hydro, the Ministry of Energy 
and the National Research Council of Canada. As project manager, Hydro is 
participating in the development of Canadian scientific and technological exper- 
tise in the areas of fusion fuel systems, materials technology, equipment develop- 
ment and health and environmental programs. 

Hydro's participation in the project will permit access to international fusion 
work and provide business opportunities in related high technology fields for 
Canadian industry. 



1 6 Engineering and Construction 

In anticipation of a greater provincial reliance on electricity during the next 
decade, utilization studies continued for developing ways of reducing costs of 
electrical applications without sacrificing safety, performance or reliability. Work 
included development and assessment of dual-fuel heating systems and of air, 
water and earth source heat pumps. 

Electrical testing and development work increased in line with the organiza- 
tion's increasing emphasis on assisting customers to make the most economic use 
of available electrical capacity. Projects under way during the year included 
distribution system automation, load management and data acquisition, and 
design development of overhead and underground lines. 

Research and development activities continued in a number of alternative 
energy areas including propane and electric vehicles, energy storage devices, coal 
liquefaction, ethanol, methane, wind, biomass, cogeneration, solar cells and solar 
water heaters. 

In a joint venture with the National Research Council, Ontario Hydro is 
involved in a five-year evaluation program for photovoltaic systems. At Atikokan, 
a remote monitor continuously samples the air quality at Finlayson Lake and 
transmits the data to Atikokan Generating Station, 14 km (nine miles) away. 
The 300 watts of electricity required to operate this monitor is generated by a 
37-square metre (44 square yard) photovoltaic array, the largest in Canada. Huge 
energy storage batteries carry the system through sunless periods. 

Hydro continued its work to minimize the social and environmental impact of 
its wide-ranging operations. 

Efforts to reduce acid gas emissions included the installation of special low 
NOx burners on one unit at the Nanticoke thermal generating station. These 
burners are designed to burn coal at a lower temperature, thereby reducing the 
quantity of nitrogen oxides produced. Test results on the first unit have exceeded 
design expectations, achieving an emissions reduction of about 40 per cent. As 
part of the Corporation's program to reduce acid gas emissions, the remaining 
seven Nanticoke boilers will also be converted. 

Another measure undertaken to improve air quality was the installation of an 
opacity monitoring system to facilitate detection of unacceptable emissions from 
Lambton Generating Station. 

In order to meet its public safety responsibilities with respect to nuclear power 
generation, Hydro is contributing to the development of methods for long-term 
radioactive waste storage and disposal. Conceptual design work for storage, 
transportation and disposal of all forms of radioactive waste materials was carried 
out during the year. In addition, examination of abnormal events at nuclear 



Supply 17 

stations, studies of operating risks, and the establishment of engineering standards 
to ensure equipment operation consistent with public safety continued. 

Supply 

Fuel purchases set record highs in 1982. Coal deliveries amounted to 13.4 million 
megagrams (14.7 million tons), an increase of 23 per cent over 1981. Nuclear 
fuel delivered to generating stations increased to 996 megagrams (1,096 tons), 
a 3 per cent change from the previous year. 

Agreements were negotiated with Uranerz Exploration and Mining Limited 
and Eldorado Nuclear Limited for the supply of 5,200 megagrams (5,720 tons) 
of uranium concentrates during the period 1985-1993. These purchases will 
provide low-cost uranium as well as downward flexibility in the event of reductions 
in future requirements. 

In addition, nuclear fuel manufacturing contracts were awarded to Westing- 
house Canada Incorporated and Canadian General Electric Company Limited 
at lower prices than previously attained. 

Payments for United States coal increased during the first half of 1982 as the 
value of the Canadian dollar declined. However, by year-end, the poor perform- 
ance of the dollar was largely offset by the success of cost-reduction efforts 
undertaken in cooperation with suppliers. These savings amounted to more than 
$40 million. 

Two million barrels of surplus residual oil at Lennox Generating Station were 
marketed during the year, resulting in increased revenue as well as a reduction 
in borrowings. 

Excluding primary fuels, the total value of Hydro's awards for equipment, 
materials and services during 1982 was $770 million, representing a decrease of 
$144 million from 1981. Almost 76 per cent of the goods and services purchased 
by Ontario Hydro in 1982 came from Canadian sources. Ontario industries 
provided about 90 per cent of these Canadian purchases. 

Staff 

Ontario Hydro continued to encourage employees' dedication, productivity and 
job satisfaction but with changed emphasis reflecting the need for restraint in 
a weakened economy and for the organization to adjust itself to a pattern of slower 
growth. 

These pressures and the changing direction signaled by the new corporate 
strategy made it clear that the organization would have to be scaled down and 
that there would be a need to redeploy staff. 



18 Staff 

Employees responded well when asked to support cost-cutting measures aimed 
toward reducing the Corporation's projected shortfall in net revenue due primarily 
to inflation, high interest rates and a weak Canadian dollar. 

A mid-year 4.4 per cent pay increase for 600 senior managers was cancelled, 
restrictions were placed on overtime and travel costs and staff numbers were 
frozen at mid-year levels throughout the Corporation except in the area of direct 
operation and maintenance of nuclear plants. 

A major and welcome contribution toward reducing costs was made by more 
than 70 per cent of management and professional staff who voluntarily donated 
the equivalent of about one week's pay per person — either in unpaid work or 
reduced work time. 

To absorb some of the expected surplus staff, Hydro's Board of Directors 
approved a policy which provides a special allowance to encourage early retire- 
ment in 1983. The offer is open to staff age 55 or older with at least 15 years 
of service. 

In keeping with the Corporation's philosophy of providing continuity of employ- 
ment through sound human resource planning, Hydro is attempting to match the 
skills and resources that are surplus to the needs of one part of the Corporation 
with those required by another. This is being achieved through close monitoring 
of surplus positions and openings resulting from attrition. Retraining is available 
for staff with potential to meet the requirements of those job vacancies being filled. 

As the organization cut back on current and future programs, it considered 
the effect of shrinking prospects for work and career opportunities on staff morale. 
During the year, the Chairman, President and other senior officers continued to 
hold question and answer sessions at locations throughout Hydro. 

But while trimming human resource costs is a major consideration, the organi- 
zation's philosophy is still to manage its employees in a fair, open and consistent 
manner — one which recognizes both the needs and mutual obligations of Hydro 
and its employees. Hydro maintained its commitment to job-related training and 
development for improving the capabilities of its staff with trades, technical and 
managerial training. 

Under its Equal Opportunities Program, Hydro introduced a number of initia- 
tives designed to ensure equal access to training and career advancement for all 
employees. 

Hydro's policy against discriminatory activities, which reflects the require- 
ments of the Ontario Human Rights Code, is part of this overall philosophy of 
fair and equal treatment. Because of recent revisions to the Ontario Human 
Rights Code, Hydro's policies and procedures for administering the code have 



Staff 19 

been modified, a corporate-wide training program has been initiated and human 
rights topics have been addressed in employee communications. 

Hydro's 6,000 professional and lower-level management staff negotiated a 10 
per cent salary increase with a 4.45 per cent additional increase at mid-year. In 
addition, the Corporation and the 17,000 member Ontario Hydro Employees 
Union agreed on a 12.8 per cent pay increase for the year beginning April 1. 
Two-year wage settlements were reached with Hydro's 6,500 construction work- 
ers. These followed the construction industry pattern of a 23.5 per cent average 
increase over the two-year term. 

Later in the year, however, all pay increases for the following year were limited 
to 5 per cent in accordance with the provincial government's inflation restraint 
legislation. 

The expertise of Ontario Hydro staff continued to be in demand around the 
world. 

Skills were supplied to a number of utilities and agencies in other countries. 
As well, a number of their staff, including 26 thermal power plant supervisors 
from Indonesia, came to study Hydro's operations. During the year, Hydro 
received about $9 million in revenue from these activities. 

In the fall of 1980, Hydro entered into an agreement with Atomic Energy of 
Canada Limited (AECL) to supervise the commissioning of a 600,000-kilowatt 
Candu station that AECL was building for the Korea Electric Power Corporation 
at Wolsung. A team of 35 Hydro employees is now finishing up this assignment 
and all but 1 1 will return home by the end of April, 1983. The remaining team 
members will act as consultants to Korean plant staff for 12 more months. 

Since November, 1981, 13 Hydro people have been in Argentina performing 
commissioning duties on the 600,000-kilowatt Candu reactor being built by the 
Comision National de Energia Atomica. 

The Hydro staff are part of AECL's commissioning team and are responsible 
for the training of maintenance and operating staff there as well. 

Nine Ontario Hydro staff are currently training hydro-electric operators and 
maintenance employees for the Volta River Authority (VRA) in Ghana. The 
project, funded through the Canadian International Development Agency 
(CIDA), also involves a data processing audit requested by VRA and the develop- 
ment of terms of reference for a management audit of the VRA. 

Under two other CIDA projects, an eight-member Hydro team is training high 
voltage transmission maintenance staff for the Water and Power Development 
Authority of Pakistan, and a Hydro employee is advising the Kenyan government 
on rural electrification. 



20 Health and Safety 

Health and Safety 

During 1 982, Hydro was heavily involved in health and safety programs. Perform- 
ance with respect to the incidence of disabling injuries was good with a rate of 
5.5 per million employee hours. However, the fatal accident rate continues to 
cause concern. In the year there were three occupational deaths, bringing the 
Corporation's 10-year average to 8.1 fatalities per 100 million employee hours. 

Corporate programs have been initiated to achieve a major reduction in the 
fatal accident rate. Attention has been focused on the highest priority 
problems — electrical contact, falls, falling objects and transportation incidents. 
Efforts under way include pole climbing studies, work on improved fall arresting 
systems, ergonomics of line work, driver competence and hazard analysis of high 
risk work such as structural steel erection. 

As in the past, intensive system safety accident and incident analyses were 
carried out with the aim of correcting deficiencies. 

A wide range of long-standing surveillance programs dealing with employee 
exposures to hazardous substances was continued and adjustments were made 
to reflect new designated substance regulations. A study was launched to identify 
possible hazards associated with the operation of video display terminals. 

With regard to nuclear safety, employee exposures were maintained at a very 
low level and radioactive emissions generally remained at less than 1 per cent 
of the Atomic Energy Control Board's limits. 

On a more personal level, Ontario Hydro is giving greater attention to employee 
lifestyles. For instance, it offers programs to help Hydro employees reduce 
smoking and improve their physical fitness — measures designed to benefit both 
employer and employee. 

During the year, the President reinforced the Corporation's health and safety 
efforts by instituting a more effective President's Safety Award procedure, contin- 
uing his personal involvement in reviews of serious accidents and issuing a new 
Corporate policy for health and safety. This policy directs that all risks to the 
health and safety of employees and the public resulting from Hydro's operations 
be as low as reasonably achievable, taking both social and economic factors into 
account. 



21 

APPENDIX I -OPERATIONS 

The analysis of energy made available by Ontario Hydro on page 22 shows 
for the Total System, the energy obtained from each major source in 1981 and 
1 982 and the related percentage changes in 1 982. The table also shows the primary 
and secondary energy supplied in each year together with the percentage changes 
in 1982. 

The Table of In-Service Dependable Capacity and Primary Demand on 
page 23 shows the primary peak demand for the month of December and the 
in-service dependable peak capacity of resources at that time. A separate table 
on pages 24 and 25 gives the in-service dependable peak capacity of major Ontario 
Hydro generating stations and firm power purchases at the time of the December 
system peak. Any comparison of total primary peak demand and resources should 
make allowance for the part of total primary demand that may be interrupted 
over the peak period under contracts accepted by the customer. In 1982 this 
interruptible load was approximately 222 megawatts. 

The in-service dependable peak capacity of a hydraulic generating station is 
the estimated output that an analysis of stream-flow conditions indicates the 
station is capable of producing 98 percent of the time. It can be expected to exceed 
this output in 49 out of 50 years. Since the stations so rated are distributed on 
many widely separated watersheds and since all would not be simultaneously 
affected by stream flows, the amount by which the total hydro-electric generating 
capacity of the system exceeds the sum of the various station capacities represents 
the diversity in stream flow within the system. 

The in-service dependable peak capacity of a thermal generating station is the 
net peaking capacity of its fully commissioned units minus capacity which is moth- 
balled or frozen. 



22 Appendix I — Operations 

ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY ONTARIO HYDRO 



1981 



1982 



Increase 

or 
Decrease 



TOTAL SYSTEM 

Generation — Nuclear (1) 

— Thermal . . 

— Hydraulic . 



Total Generation 

Purchase and Other Interchange (1) (2) , 
Total Resources Generated and Received 
Primary Demand 



Secondary Sales 



MW.h 

36 891 505 
32 272 355 
35 134 667 

104 298 527 

8 423 596 

112 722 123 

101 659 191 

1 1 062 932 



MW.h 

34 800 653 

34 749 099 
34 527 438 

104 077 190 

7 511 633 

111 588 823 

100 835 600 

10 753 223 



•5.7 
7.7 
•1.7 

•0.2 

10.8 

■1.0 

•0.8 



(1) Douglas Point Generating Station is included in Purchases. 

(2) Adjusted from that reported in 1 98 1 to reflect current method of netting scheduled interconnection 
other than purchases and sales. 



transactions 



Power Resources and Requirements 



23 



IN-SERVICE DEPENDABLE CAPACITY AND PRIMARY DEMAND 
DECEMBER PEAK 1981 AND 1982 





1981 
MW 

5 042.3 
10 743.0 

6 476.4 


1982 
MW 

5 042.3 
10 130.5 

6 493.4 


Net Increase 


TOTAL SYSTEM 

In-Service Dependable Capacity 


MW 



-612.5 

17.0 


% 


— Thermal 


-5.7 
0.3 






Total Generation 

Firm Purchases 


22 261.7 
356.0 


21 666.2 
206.0 


-595.5 
-150.0 


-2.7 
-42.1 




22 617.7 
6017.9 
16 599.8 

36.3 


21 872.2 

5 000.1 

16 872.1 

29.6 


-745.5 

-1 017.8 

272.3 


-3.3 




-16.9 




1.6 


Ratio of Reserve or 

Deficiency to Primary Demand % 





The capacities shown are those available for a 20 minute period at the time of the System Primary Peak Demand 
in December, the capacity of the purchased power sources being based on the terms of the purchased contract. The 
Primary Peak Demand shown is the maximum peak for December. Some part of the System Primary Demand is 
subject to interruption in accordance with contract terms accepted by the customers. The total possible load subject 
to such interruptions at the time of the December peak is 222 MW. 



24 



Appendix I — Operations 
ONTARIO HYDRO'S TOTAL RESOURCES- 1982 



Location 

Kincardine 

Pickering 

Rolphton 



Windsor 

Toronto 

Mississauga 

Courtright 

Nanticoke 

Kingston 

Thunder Bay 



River 

Niagara 



Welland Canal 



St. Lawrence 
Ottawa 



Madawaska 

Abitibi 
Mississagi 

Mattagami 

Montreal 
Nipigon 

English 
Kaministikwia 



Nuclear Generating Stations 

Bruce 

Pickering ' 

Nuclear Power Demonstration 

Total Nuclear Generation 

Thermal Generating Stations 

J. Clark Keith 

Richard L. Hearn 

Lakeview 

Lambton 

Nanticoke 

Lennox 

Thunder Bay 

Combustion Turbines and Diesel-Electric 

Total Thermal Generation 

Hydraulic Generating Stations 

Sir Adam Beck — Niagara No. 1 

Sir Adam Beck — Niagara No. 2 

Pumping — Generating Station 

Ontario Power 

Toronto Power 

DeCew Falls No. 1 

DeCew Falls No. 2 

Adjustment to Niagara River Stations to compensate for 

use of water by Ontario Hydro rather than by another producer 

Robt H. Saunders 

Des Joachims 

Otto Holden 

Chenaux 

Chats Falls (Ontario half) 

Mountain Chute 

Barrett Chute 

Stewartville 

Arnprior 

Abitibi Canyon 

Otter Rapids 

Aubrey Falls 

Geo W. Rayner 

Wells 

Red Rock Falls 

Kipling 

Little Long 

Harmon 

Lower Notch 

Pine Portage 

Cameron Falls 

Alexander 

Caribou Falls 

Manitou Falls 

Silver Falls 



2 960.0 


19 064 620 


2 060.0 


15 581 865 


22.3 


154 168 


5 042.3 


34 800 653 


256.0 


396 657 


591.0 


445 465 


2 286.0 


5 378 933 


2 100.0 


9 849 254 


4 200.0 


17 246 789 





167 330 


394.0 


1 250 397 


303.5 


14 274 


10 130.5 


34 749 099 



In-Service 

Dependable 

Capacity 

MW (3) 



435.0 

1 337.0 

108.0 

28.0 



31.0 
129.0 



-75.0 

707.0 

413.0 

209.0 

111.0 

86.0 

165.0 
172.0 
166.0 
78.0 

294.0 
177.0 

158.0 
46.0 

229.0 
40.0 

142.0 
125.0 
129.0 

254.0 

114.8 
75.0 
62.4 

80.2 
59.6 



Annual 

Energy 

Output (Net) 

MW.h 



2 049 501 

10 035 023 

-88 371 

575 772 

-1 152 

946 726 

173215 



6 867 150 

1 955 351 
935 610 
649 023 
493 578 

290 506 
297 725 
299 527 
147 362 

1 278 442 
689 696 

126 503 

9 409 

333 488 

184 274 

692 063 
567 277 
701 077 

332 325 

488 625 
338 287 
269 918 

496 034 
348 150 



Power Resources 
ONTARIO HYDRO'S TOTAL RESOURCES- 1982 



25 



Douglas Point . . 
Hydro-Quebec . . 
Manitoba Hydro 



Total Firm 



Secondary Purchases 

— Ontario 

— Hydro-Quebec . . . 



•Manitoba 
■USA . . . 



(2) 



Total Secondary 

Other Interchange (Net) 

Total Receipts 

Total Resources Generated and Received 



Winnipeg Whitedog Falls 

Aguasabon Aguasabon 

Various Other Hydraulic Generating Stations . . 

(1) Adjustment for Diversity — East System 

Adjustment for Diversity — West System 

Total Hydraulic Generation 

Total Generation 

Purchases and Other Interchange 

Firm Purchases 



In-Service 

Dependable 

Capacity 

MW (3) 



59.2 

45.7 

167.2 
67.0 
22.6 




206.0 



21 872.2 



Annual 

Energy 

Output (Net) 

MW.h 



473 009 

282 237 

1 091 055 



1 112 742 

2 196 225 
539 638 

3 848 605 



187 169 

3 043 786 

180 065 

13 090 

3 424 110 

238 918 
7 511 633 



11 588 823 



( 1 ) Adjustment to reconcile the sum of plant capacities with the calculated capacity of the system. 

(2) Net scheduled interconnection transactions of other than purchases and sales. These include electrical energy exchanges, 
carrier transfers, water use adjustments, generating unit rentals. 

(3) Installed dependable peak capacity at the time of the December peak minus capacity which is frozen or mothballed. 

(4) Douglas Point Nuclear Generating Station is owned by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL), but operated and 
maintained by Ontario Hydro. Ontario Hydro purchases the net generated of the station from AECL. 

(5) Contract with Hydro-Quebec provides for delivery of energy only. 



26 



Appendix I — Operations 



ANALYSIS OF 
by Ontario Hydro and Associated 





Sales by Associated 

Municipal Electrical 

Utilities 

Listed In 

Statement A 


Ultimate Use: 
Residental Service: 

Continuous Occupancy 

Intermittent Occupancy 


kW.h % 
18,886,891,334 29.1 






Total Sales Residential — Type Service 

General Service (under 5,000 kW) 

— Primary 

— Secondary 

General Service (over 5,000 kW) 

— Primary 

— Secondary 

Farm 


18,886,891,334 29.1 
35,896,905,250 55.2 

9,532,967,341 14.7 


Street Lighting 


667,153,365 1.0 






Total Energy Sales 


64,983,917,290 100.0 






Adjustments: 

Distribution Losses & Unaccounted for 


2,359,522,475 


Generated by MEU 

Purchased by MEU from sources 
other than Ontario Hydro 


(286,873,227) 
(37,491,600) 






Ontario Hydro Bulk Power Sales 


67,019,074,938 


Supplied to Heavy Water Plant and 

Construction Projects — Ontario Hydro 




Transmission Losses & Unaccounted for — O.H 

Generated and Received by the Ontario Hydro 


— 



♦Excludes circulating- 3,921,520 kW.h 

Non-Sale Transfers are reflected in Generated and Received by Ontario Hydro 

in accordance with current policy. 



Analysis of Energy Sales 



27 



ENERGY SALES 

Municipal Electrical Utilities During 1982 



Sales by Ontario Hydro 
Power District 


Total 




Retail Customers 


Direct Customers 




kW.h 


% 


kW.h 


% 


kW.h 


% 


5,981,830,600 
508,166,800 


46.5 
4.0 


- 




24,868,721,934 
508,166,800 


24.0 
0.5 


6,489,997,400 


50.5 


- 




25,376,888,734 


24.5 


3,989,649,900 


31.0 


- 




39,886,555,150 


38.4 


2,322,291,800 
65,461,400 


18.0 
0.5 


15,118,572,381 
10,753,223,109 


58.4 
41.6 


24,651,539,722 

10,753,223,109 

2,322,291,800 

732,614,765 


23.8 

10.4 

2.2 

0.7 


12,867,400,500 


100.0 


25,871,795,490 


100.0 


103,723,113,280 


100.0 


854,551,532 




10,219,546 




3,224,293,553 
(286,873,227 ) 




- 




- 




(37,491,600) 




13,721,952,032 




25,882,015,036 




106,623,042,006 




1,069,460,349 




— 




1,069,460,349 

3,896,320,669 

111,588,823,024* 





28 Transmission 

NUMBER OF ULTIMATE CUSTOMERS SERVED 
By Ontario Hydro And Associated Municipal Electrical Utilities 



Retail Customers of 324 Municipal Utilities 

Retail Customers of Ontario Hydro 

Direct Customers (Including 15 Utilities) . 

TOTAL '. 



1982 


1981 


Increase 
or (Decrease) 

% 


2,240,541 
763,420 

117 

3,004,078 


2,208,820 

758,295 

116 

2,967,231 


1.4 
0.7 
0.9 

1.2 



TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 
Classified by Voltages and Types of Supporting Structures 

LINE LENGTH CIRCUIT LENGTH 

At Dec. 31 At Dec. 31 At Dec. 31 At Dec. 31 
1982 1981 1982 1981 

km 

500,000-volt aluminum or steel tower . . . 1,692 

345,000-volt steel tower 5 

230,000-volt aluminum or steel tower . . . 7,613 

230,000-volt wood pole 1,534 

230,000-volt underground 11 

1 15,000-volt steel tower 3,495 

1 15,000-volt wood pole 5,370 

1 15,000-volt underground 115 

69,000-volt steel tower or wood pole ... 13 



km 


km 


km 


1,659 

5 


2,219 
5 


2,152 
5 


7,524 
1,546 

5 


11,559 
1,539 

22 


11,381 

1,551 

10 


3,495 

5,337 

110 


5,934 

5,392 

196 


5,934 
5,359 

191 


13 


13 


13 



TOTAL 19,848 19,694 26,879 26,596 



DISTRIBUTION LINES 



Line Length 



At Dec. 31 At Dec. 31 
1982 1981 



km km 

Sub-transmission 44 kilovolt and less 1 1,738 1 1,759 

Rural Primary 89,824 89,452 



TOTAL 101,562 101,21 1 



29 

APPENDIX II— FINANCE 

Financial Review 30 

Summary of Significant Accounting Policies 36 

Auditors' Report 40 

Statement of Operations 41 

Statement of Financial Position 42 

Statement of Equities Accumulated Through 

Debt Retirement Appropriations 44 

Statement of Reserve for Stabilization of Rates 

and Contingencies 44 

Statement of Changes in Financial Position 45 

Notes to Financial Statements 46 

Five Year Summary of Financial Statistics 52 

Fixed Assets in Service and Under Construction 54 

Accumulated Depreciation 56 

Details of Bonds and Notes Payable 57 

Summary of the Allocation of Amounts Charged 

for Primary Power 60 

Statement of the Amounts Charged for 

Primary Power to Municipalities 62 

Statement of Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 

Through Debt Retirement Appropriations 80 



30 



Financial Review 



Appendix II — Finance 



Ontario Hydro's revenues in 1982 totalled $3,388 million. Primary sales of 
electricity to customers in Ontario amounted to $2,969 million, while secondary 
sales mainly to United States utilities totalled $419 million in 1982. Primary 
revenues increased 8.5% or $232 million over 1 98 1 due to a 9.6% increase in power 
rates, partially offset by a 1.1% decrease in the volume of sales. Secondary 
revenues decreased $6 million largely due to lower demand for export electricity 
and transmission limitations with United States utilities. The income from these 
export sales reduced the costs to customers in Ontario by approximately $163 
million or 5.1% 



Source of revenues in 1982 



total revenues 
$3,387,630,000 



municipal utilities 




rural retail customers 



direct industrial 
customers 



secondary power 
& energy 



The average increase in the cost of electricity to customers in Ontario during 
1982 was below the 1982 inflation rate. The average increase in rates for munici- 
pal utilities was 9.6%, while the average rate increases for direct industrial 
customers and rural retail customers were 10.0% and 8.7%, respectively. Under 
an amendment to the Power Corporation Act, commencing in 1982, Ontario 
Hydro reduced the differential between rural retail and municipal utility residen- 
tial rates to 1 5 per cent. In 1 982, discounts amounting to $33 million were provided 
to rural residential customers and recovered from primary customers supplied 
with electricity by Ontario Hydro. The volume of primary energy sales in 1982 
was lower than in 1981. The 1982 sales to municipal utilities and rural retail 
customers increased 0.8% over 1981. This increase was more than offset by the 
1 1.5% decline in 1982 sales to direct industrial customers reflecting the economic 
downturn in 1982. 



Financial Review 



31 



Ontario Hydro's total operating costs in 1982 amounted to $3,039 million 
compared to $2,755 million in 1981, an increase of 10.3%. Costs increased largely 
as a consequence of escalating prices for fossil fuels, and continuing inflationary 
pressure on the costs of labour, materials and purchased services. 

Energy related costs including fuel and purchased power increased 14.5% over 
1981. Electric energy generated by nuclear stations supplied 31% of total energy 
to the system in 1982, while hydraulic stations and fossil-fueled generation each 
provided another 3 1 %. The balance of energy available was provided by purchases 
of power from interconnected utilities. The cost of fuel used for electric generation 
from all sources totalled $902 million in 1982, an increase of $136 million over 
1981. This increase was largely because of the higher cost of fossil-fueled genera- 
tion and the inclusion of a provision of $56 million for irradiated nuclear fuel 
disposal costs commencing in 1 982. Purchases of power in 1 982 amounted to $ 1 28 
million, the same as in 1981. Payments to Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 
and the Province of Ontario, as required under the nuclear payback agreement, 
totalled $65 million in 1982, an increase of $2 million over 1981. These payments 
were made in proportion to the capital contributions of these parties to the 
construction of the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station units 1 and 2, and 
reflect the continuing advantage of nuclear over coal-fired generation. 



Application of revenues in 1982 



total revenues 
$3,387,630,000 



operation, maintenance ^S****^ - $: 




& administration y^^'^'^V^ 




f 25 2% ' ' 


10 








'•.>'(';' -'. 




■:-0 



ne\ income appropriations 

$S>. other 
5.7 C 



•• 



10. 3 C 



depreciation 



26. 6 C 



fuel used for electric 
generation 



financing charges 



32 Appendix II — Finance 

During 1982, costs associated with the operation, maintenance and administra- 
tion of Ontario Hydro's in-service facilities amounted to $854 million. The 
increase of $89 million over 1981 was primarily the result of escalation in labour 
and other costs, and increases in the cost of operating and maintaining new 
generation and transmission facilities. 

Depreciation costs charged to operations totalled $348 million in 1982, an 
increase of $23 million or 7.1% over 1981. The primary factor contributing to 
this increase was additional facilities being placed in service, including Thunder 
Bay GS unit 3 and expanded transmission facilities. In addition, commencing 
in 1982, depreciation costs for the year included a provision of $14 million for 
decommissioning of nuclear generating facilities. These increases were partially 
offset by the impact of extensions in the service lives implemented in 1982 for 
these facilities. 

Interest and foreign exchange costs charged to operations totalled $743 million 
in 1982, $34 million or 4.8% higher than 1981. These higher financing costs 
resulted from a $15 million increase in interest costs charged to operations and 
a $19 million increase in foreign exchange costs during the year. The increase 
in interest costs charged to operations reflected the net impact of a $338 million 
increase as a result of borrowings during 1982 for the capital construction and 
heavy water production programs, offset by a $323 million increase in interest 
capitalized as a cost of constructing new facilities and producing heavy water. 
The increase in foreign exchange costs reflected the higher level of the Corpora- 
tion's foreign debt repayable within one year. 

Net income for 1982 was $348 million, $58 million lower than in 1981. As 
required by the Power Corporation Act, $ 1 68 million of net income was appropri- 
ated for debt retirement purposes in 1982. The remaining $180 million balance 
of 1 982 net income was appropriated to the Reserve for the Stabilization of Rates 
and Contingencies. The resulting interest coverage and debt ratio indicators of 
Ontario Hydro's financial soundness are: 

Financial indicators 1982 1981 

Interest coverage 1.20 1.30 

Debt ratio .845 .841 

The funds required by Ontario Hydro to finance the construction of fixed assets 
were provided from two major sources, operations and debt financing. In 1982, 
funds from operatons provided $781 million of Hydro's total requirements, while 
$2,2 1 4 million was provided by debt financing. Compared to 1 98 1 , these amounts 
were $30 million and $498 million higher, respectively. 



Financial Review 



33 



Bonds, notes and other long-term debt issued by Ontario Hydro during 1982 
totalled $2,845 million. Canadian bonds of $ 1 , 1 20 million were sold during 1 982. 
In addition, United States bond issues of U.S. $700 million (Cdn. $861 million) 
and Eurodollar bond issues of U.S. $700 million (Cdn. $863 million) were issued. 
The average coupon interest rate for bonds issued in 1982 was 14.6% compared 
to 15.2% in 1981. Maturing long-term debt amounted to $403 million in 1982 
compared to $345 million in 1 98 1 . In addition, during 1 982, a net amount of $228 
million of debt was redeemed as part of Hydro's program to support the secondary 
market for its securities. This compares to net redemptions of $185 million in 
1981. 



Long-term debt issued 

l» I Canadian issues 

[ V'3] Canada Pension Plan funds 

~] U.S. issues 

I Eurodollar issues 



$2,846 



J other long-term debt 



$2,246 



$1,847 












y > 


$1 4(1R 


$1,462 








;';V; ■"";:'*-"■ 

... ■ .'■ 











million $ 
• 3000 



• 2500 



2000 



1500 



1000 



500 



1978 



1979 



1980 



1981 



1982 



34 



Appendix II — Finance 



Net additions to fixed assets were $2,883 million during 1982. Major capital 
expenditures were $2,487 million for generation facilities including $359 million 
for heavy water, $29 1 million for transmission and distribution facilities, and $ 1 05 
million for administration and service facilities. Net additions were $739 million 
higher than those in 1981, mainly the result of increased expenditures of $756 



Net additions to fixed assets 



•£.**■'■-*(■ generating stations 
M'MM transmission & distribution facilities 
| heavy water production facilities 
administration & service facilities 



$2,883 



million$ 
• 3000 



2500 



$2,144 



$1,652 








$1,575 












$1,4/U 










'.;.';.' -'■'.! '>-;*: 


:v'l : •■V-.T'l; 



2000 



1500 



• 1000 



500 



1978 



1979 



1980 



1981 



1982 



Financial Review 35 

million on generation facilities, offset by decreased expenditures of $53 million 
on heavy water production facilities. The expenditures on major generation 
projects under construction during 1982 and 1981 were: 

1982 1981 

Expenditures Expenditures 
$ millions $ millions 

Nuclear generation 

Bruce "B" 

Pickering "B" 

Darlington 
Fossil generation 

Atikokan 

Thunder Bay 

During 1982, the final coal-fired unit at the Thunder Bay Generating Station 
was placed in service at a cost of $180 million. 



850 


628 


467 


368 


381 


196 


178 


93 


29 


72 



36 Appendix II — Finance 

Summary of Significant Accounting Policies 

The accompanying financial statements have been prepared by management in 
accordance with generally accepted accounting principles in Canada which, 
except for the change in accounting policy described under "Fixed assets", have 
been applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. In manage- 
ment's opinion, the financial statements have been properly prepared within 
reasonable limits of materiality and in the light of information available up to 
March 14, 1983. To assist the reader in understanding the financial statements, 
the Corporation's significant accounting policies are summarized below: 

Rate-setting 

Ontario Hydro has broad pc * jrs to generate, supply and deliver electric power 
throughout the Province of Ontario. The Corporation operates under the Power 
Corporation Act and is subject to provisions of the Ontario Energy Board Act. 

Under the provisions of the Power Corporation Act, the price payable by 
customers for power is the cost of supplying the power. Such cost is defined in 
the Act to include the cost of operating and maintaining the system, depreciation, 
interest, and the amounts appropriated for debt retirement and stabilization of 
rates and contingencies. The debt retirement appropriation is the amount required 
under the Act to accumulate in 40 years a sum equal to the debt incurred for 
the cost of the fixed assets in service. The appropriation for, or withdrawal from, 
the stabilization of rates and contingencies reserve is an amount established to 
maintain a sound financial position and to stabilize the effect of cost fluctuations. 

Under the provisions of the Ontario Energy Board Act, a public hearing before 
the Ontario Energy Board is required in respect of any changes in electricity rates 
proposed by Ontario Hydro which affect its municipal utilities, direct industrial 
customers, or, if the Minister of Energy so directs, rural retail customers. The 
Ontario Energy Board submits its recommendations to the Minister of Energy. 
After considering the recommendations of the Ontario Energy Board, the Board 
of Directors of Ontario Hydro under the authority of the Power Corporation Act 
establishes the electricity rates to be charged to customers. If the Board of 
Directors specifies a certain cost or gain is to be included in future electricity rates, 
that would otherwise be charged or credited to operations in the current year, 
then this cost or gain is deferred and amortized to future operations on a basis 
consistent with its inclusion in rates. 

Fixed assets 

Fixed assets are capitalized at cost which is comprised of material, labour and 
engineering costs, plus overheads, depreciation on service equipment and interest 
applicable to capital construction activities. In the case of generation facilities, 



Accounting Policies 37 

cost also includes the net cost of commissioning, and for nuclear generation, the 
cost of heavy water. The net cost of commissioning is the cost of start-up less the 
value attributed to energy produced by generating units during their commission- 
ing period. The cost of heavy water is the direct cost of production and applicable 
overheads, plus interest and depreciation on the heavy water production facilities. 
Leases which transfer the benefits and risks of ownership of assets to Ontario 
Hydro are capitalized. 

Interest is capitalized on construction in progress at rates (1982—13.9% and 
1981 — 1 1.5%) which approximate the average cost of long-term funds borrowed 
in the years in which expenditures have been made for fixed assets under construc- 
tion. If the construction period of a project is extended and the construction 
activities are continued, interest is capitalized during the period of extension 
provided that the project has a reasonable expectation of completion. Prior to 
January 1, 1982, if it was decided to significantly extend the construction period 
of a project, interest was not capitalized on construction during the period of 
extension. This change has been applied on a prospective basis because of the 
nature of the environment in which Ontario Hydro establishes its electricity rates. 
The effect of this change on net income for the year ended December 31, 1982 
is insignificant. 

If a project is deferred and construction activities are halted, interest is not 
capitalized during the period of deferral. If a project is cancelled, or deferred 
indefinitely with a low probability of construction being resumed in the future, 
all costs, including the costs of cancellation, are written off to operations unless, 
in accordance with its rate-setting authority, the Board of Directors of Ontario 
Hydro specifies such costs be amortized as a cost of operations in future years 
for recovery through future electricity rates. If fixed assets are mothballed for 
future use, the associated mothballing costs are charged to operations. 

Depreciation 

Fixed assets in service are depreciated on a straight-line basis. Depreciation rates 
for the various classes of assets are based on their estimated service lives, which 
are subject to periodic review. Changes in service life estimates are implemented 
on a remaining service life basis from the year the change is reflected in electricity 
rates. The estimated service lives of assets in the major classes are: 
Generation 

hydraulic — 65 to 100 years 
fossil - 25 to 35 years (1981-30 years) 
nuclear — 40 years (1981—30 years) 
Heavy water — over the period ending in the year 2040 (1981—2030) 
Transmission and distribution — 20 to 55 years 
Administration and service — 5 to 60 years 
Heavy water production facilities — 11 to 20 years (1981—20 years) 



38 Appendix II — Finance 

In accordance with group depreciation practices, for normal retirements the cost 
of fixed assets retired is charged to accumulated depreciation with no gain or loss 
being reflected in operations. However, gains and losses on sales of fixed assets, 
and losses on premature retirements are charged to operations in the year incurred 
as adjustments to depreciation expense. 

When the costs of removal less proceeds on retirement of fixed assets can be 
reasonably estimated and are significant, the amounts are charged to operations 
over the remaining service life of the fixed assets; otherwise the amounts are 
charged to operations in the year incurred as adjustments to depreciation expense. 
As a result of studies on the estimated costs of removal and expected proceeds 
on retirement of nuclear generating stations, commencing January 1, 1982, the 
estimated costs of decommissioning nuclear stations are charged to operations 
over their remaining service lives on an annuity basis. Changes in these estimated 
costs arising from periodic reviews are implemented on the remaining service life 
basis from the year the changes are reflected in electricity rates. 

Fixed assets removed from service and mothballed for future use are amortized 
so that any estimated loss in values is charged to operations on a straight-line 
basis over their expected non-operating period. 

Deferred construction projects are amortized so that any estimated loss in value 
is charged to operations on a straight-line basis over their expected deferral period. 
On disposal of component parts during the deferral period, the cost of fixed assets 
less proceeds on disposal are normally charged to accumulated amortization with 
no gain or loss being reflected in operations. 

Unamortized advances for fuel supplies 

As part of its program to ensure the adequate supply of fuels for its generating 
stations, Ontario Hydro has entered into long-term fuel supply contracts. Where 
these contracts require Ontario Hydro to make payments for pre-production costs 
to suppliers in advance of product delivery, these payments and associated costs, 
including interest, are carried in the accounts as unamortized advances for fuel 
supplies. The advances are amortized to fuel inventory as the fuels are delivered. 

Fuel for electric generation 

Fuel used for electric generation is comprised of the average inventory costs of 
fuel consumed, charges for commissioning energy produced, and provisions for 
disposal of nuclear fuel irradiated during the period. The inventory cost of fuel 
consumed is comprised of fuel purchases, transportation and handling costs, and 
the amortization of advances for fuel supplies. Transportation costs include 
charges for interest and depreciation on railway equipment owned by Ontario 
Hydro. The charges for commissioning energy produced during the period repre- 



Accounting Policies 39 

sent the incremental operating and fuel costs of producing the same quantity of 
energy at generating units displaced because of the commissioning activity. As 
a result of studies on the estimated costs of disposal of irradiated nuclear fuel, 
commencing January 1, 1982, the estimated costs for disposal of nuclear fuel 
irradiated in each period are charged to operations on an annuity basis. The 
estimated costs for disposal of fuel irradiated prior to January 1, 1982, are 
amortized to operations on an annuity basis over a ten year period. Changes in 
estimated costs resulting from periodic reviews are implemented from the year 
the changes are reflected in electricity rates. 

Unamortized debt discount 

Debt discounts or premiums arising on the issuance of debt are amortized over 
the period to maturity of the debt. In addition, redemption discounts or premiums 
on debt acquired prior to the date of maturity are amortized over the period from 
the acquisition date to the original maturity date of the debt. 



Nuclear agreement — Pickering units 1 and 2 

Ontario Hydro, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario 
are parties to a joint undertaking for the construction and operation of units 1 
and 2 of Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, with ownership of these units 
being vested in Ontario Hydro. Contributions to the capital cost by Atomic 
Energy of Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario amounted to $258 million 
and these have been deducted in arriving at the value of fixed assets in service 
in respect of Pickering units 1 and 2. Ontario Hydro is required to make monthly 
payments until the year 2001 to each of the parties in proportion to their capital 
contributions. These payments, termed "payback", represent in a broad sense the 
net operational advantage of having the power generated by Pickering units 1 
and 2 as compared with coal-fired units similar to Lambton units 1 and 2. 

Foreign currency translation 

Long-term debt payable in foreign currencies is translated to Canadian currency 
at rates of exchange at the time of issue. Current monetary assets and liabilities, 
including long-term debt payable within one year, are translated to Canadian 
currency at year-end rates of exchanges and the resulting gains or losses, together 
with realized exchange gains or losses, are credited or charged to operations. 

Pension plan 

The pension plan is a contributory, defined benefit plan covering all regular 
employees of Ontario Hydro. The pension costs, as actuarially determined, 



40 Appendix II — Finance 

include current service costs and amounts required to amortize any surpluses or 
unfunded liabilities. Pension plan surpluses or unfunded liabilities are amortized 
over a fifteen year period. 

Research and development 

Research and development costs are charged to operations in the year incurred, 
except for those related directly to the design or construction of a specific capital 
facility. 



Auditors' Report 

We have examined the statement of financial position of Ontario Hydro 
as at December 31, 1982 and the statements of operations, equities accu- 
mulated through debt retirement appropriations, reserve for stabilization 
of rates and contingencies and changes in financial position for the year 
then ended. Our examination was made in accordance with generally 
accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such tests and other 
procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial 
position of Ontario Hydro as at December 31, 1982 and the results of its 
operations and the changes in its financial position for the year then ended 
in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Further, in 
our opinion, such principles, except for the change in accounting for 
interest capitalized when a construction project is extended as described 
in the summary of significant accounting policies, have been applied on 
a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

Toronto, Canada, CLARKSON GORDON 

March 14, 1983. Chartered Accountants 



Statement of Operations 41 

STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 
for the year ended December 31, 1982 

1982 1981 



$'000 $'000 



Revenues 

Primary power and energy (note 1) 

Municipal utilities 

Rural retail customers 

Direct industrial customers 

Secondary power and energy (note 2) 

Costs 

Operation, maintenance and administration 

Fuel used for electric generation 

Power purchased 

Nuclear agreement — payback 

Depreciation (note 3) 

Income before financing charges 

Interest (note 4) 

Foreign exchange (note 5) 

Net income 

Appropriation for: 

Debt retirement as required by 

the Power Corporation Act 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies . . . 



See accompanying summary of significant 
accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



1,997,752 


1,800,129 


575,784 


545,760 


395,250 


391,038 


2,968,786 


2,736,927 


418,844 


424,581 


3,387,630 


3,161,508 


853,569 


764,712 


902,089 


765,429 


127,519 


127,919 


65,334 


62,801 


347,779 


324,596 


2,296,290 


2,045,457 


1,091,340 


1,116,051 


672,503 


657,490 


70,418 


51,743 


742,921 


709,233 


348,419 


406,818 


168,015 


152,766 


180,404 


254,052 


348,419 


406,818 



42 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION 
as at December 31, 1982 



ASSETS 



1982 



Fixed assets 

Fixed assets in service (note 6) 

Less accumulated depreciation , 

Construction in progress (note 6) 

Deferred construction projects (note 10) 

Current assets 

Cash and short-term investments (note 7) 

Accounts receivable 

Fuel for electric generation (note 8) 

Materials and supplies, at cost 

Other assets 

Unamortized advances for fuel supplies (note 9) 

Unamortized deferred costs (note 10) 

Unamortized debt discount 

Long-term accounts receivable and 
other assets 



1981 



$'000 


$'000 


13,073,735 


12,489,659 


3,186,729 


2,787,400 


9,887,006 


9,702,259 


7,712,599 


5,381,265 


— 


364,001 


17,599,605 


15,447,525 


452,200 


408,441 


364,277 


373,309 


801,842 


681,320 


199,489 


157,421 


1,817,808 


1,620,491 


758,823 


596,824 


394,793 


— 


58,893 


72,785 


90,910 


91,996 



1,303,419 



761,605 



20,720,832 17,829,621 



See accompanying summary of significant 
accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



Statement of Financial Position 43 



LIABILITIES 

1982 1981 

$'000 $'000 

Long-term debt 

Bonds and notes payable (note 11) 16,089,328 13,840,051 

Other long-term debt (note 12) 241,159 260,300 

16,330,487 14,100,351 

Less payable within one year 448,537 437,769 

15,881,950 13,662,582 

Current liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 562,223 475,292 

Short-term notes payable 112,949 97,200 

Accrued interest 521,094 400,639 

Long-term debt payable within one year 448,537 437,769 

1,644,803 1,410,900 

Other liabilities 

Long-term accounts payable and accrued charges 80,753 66,486 
Accrued irradiated fuel disposal and plant 

decommissioning costs (note 13) 75,644 — 

156,397 66,486 

Contingencies (notes 6 and 14) 

Equity 

Equities accumulated through debt 

retirement appropriations 1,971,458 1,803,662 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 939,529 759,296 

Contributions from the Province of Ontario as 

assistance for rural construction 126,695 126,695 

3,037,682 2,689,653 

20,720,832 17,829,621 



On behalf of the Board 

Hugh Macaulay M. Nastich 

Chairman President 

Toronto, Canada, 
March 14, 1983. 



44 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 

DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

for the year ended December 31, 1982 



Balances at beginning of year . . 
Debt retirement appropriation . 
Transfers and refunds on annex- 
ations by municipal utilities . 

Balances at end of year 1,381,573 



1,367 



Municipal 
Utilities 

$'000 
1,265,705 
114,501 


Power District 

(Rural Retail 

and Direct 

Industrial 

Customers) 

$'000 

537,957 
53,514 


Totals 


1982 

$'000 

1,803,662 

168,015 


1981 

$'000 

1,651,937 

152,766 



(1,586) 



(219) 



(1,041) 



589,885 1,971,458 1,803,662 



STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR STABILIZATION 
OF RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 
for the year ended December 31, 1982 



Held for 


Held for the benefit of 


the benefit 


(or recoverable from) 


of all 


certain groups 


customers 


of customers 



Totals 



Muni- Rural Direct 






cipal Retail Industrial 






Utilities Customers Customers 


1982 


1981 



$'000 



'000 



$'000 



$'000 



$'000 



1,144 


(1,375) 


(1,936) 


759,296 505,645 


127 


(8,191) 


1,759 


180,404 254,052 



$'000 
Balances at beginning 

of year 761,463 

Appropriation 186,709 

Transfers and 

recoveries on 

annexations by 

municipal utilities . . 
Payment to Ontario 

Municipal Electric 

Association 

(note 15) _ 

Balances at end of year 948,127 1,144 (9,565) (177) 939,529 759,296 



(45) 



(127) 



(44) (288) 



(127) (113) 



See accompanying summary of significant 
accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



Statement of Changes in Financial Position 45 

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FINANCIAL POSITION 
for the year ended December 31, 1982 

1982 1981 





$'000 


$'000 


Source of funds 






Operations 






Net income 


348,419 


406,818 


Charges not requiring funds in the current year: 






Depreciation 


347,779 


324,596 


Provision for irradiated fuel disposal costs 


56,708 


— 


Other 


28,225 


19,605 



Financing 
Long-term debt 

Bonds and notes payable and other long-term 

debt issued 

Less retirements 

Short-term notes payable — increase (decrease) 

Cash and short-term investments — (increase) 

Accounts payable and accrued interest — increase 

Long-term accounts payable and accrued charges — 

increase 

Accounts receivable and other assets — decrease (increase) 



Application of funds 

Net additions to fixed assets (note 16) 

Unamortized advances for fuel supplies — increase 
Fuel, materials and supplies — increase 



See accompanying summary of significant 
accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



781,131 751,019 



2,845,624 
631,490 


2,246,160 
529,956 


2,214,134 
15,749 
(43,759) 


1,716,204 
(47,325) 
(169,323) 


2,186,124 


1,499,556 


207,386 


136,752 


14,267 
16,333 


16,824 
(3,188) 


3,205,241 


2,400,963 


2,883,039 
161,999 
160,203 


2,144,210 

182,719 

74,034 


3,205,241 


2,400,963 



46 Appendix II — Finance 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

1. Primary power and energy 

Under an amendment to the Power Corporation Act, commencing in 1 982, Ontario Hydro is required 
to reduce the expected differential in each year between rural retail and municipal utility residential 
rates to 15 per cent. In 1982, discounts amounting to $33 million were provided to rural residential 
customers and recovered from primary customers. In 1981, discounts amounting to $20 million were 
recovered from the Province of Ontario and included in rural retail revenues. 

2. Secondary power and energy 

Secondary power and energy is comprised mainly of revenues of $418 million in 1982 (1981 —$423 
million) from sales of electricity to United States utilities. 

3. Depreciation 1982 1981 

$'000 $'000 

Depreciation of fixed assets in service 452,189 382,475 

Amortization of deferred construction projects 15,508 16,323 

Provision for plant decommissioning costs 14,000 — 

Costs of removal less salvage proceeds on retirements 7,508 4,054 

489,205 402,852 

Less: 

Depreciation charged to— heavy water production 108,754 50,672 

— construction in progress 23,733 21,308 

— fuel for electric generation 2,387 2,266 

Net gains on sales of fixed assets 6,552 4,010 

141,426 78,256 

3-^7,779 324,596 

Depreciation of fixed assets in service includes $ 1 5 million ( 1 98 1 — $ 1 3 million) for the amortization 
of non-operating generating units which have been mothballed. (See note 6.) 

4. Interest 1982 1981 

$'000 $'000 

Interest on bonds, notes, and other debt 1,702,607 1,369,933 

Interest on accrued irradiated fuel disposal and plant 
decommissioning costs 4,936 — 

1,707,543 1,369,933 

Less: 

Interest charged to — construction in progress 758,622 472,596 

— heavy water production 127,042 96,537 

— unamortized advances for fuel supplies 53,792 43,429 

— fuel for electric generation 28,1 16 15,196 

Interest earned on investments 67,468 84,685 

1,035,040 712,443 

672,503 657,490 



5. Foreign exchange 

Exchange loss on redemption and translation of foreign 

long-term debt 

Net exchange loss on other foreign transactions 



1982 


1981 


$'000 


$'000 


66,317 
4,101 


40,742 
11,001 


70,418 


51,743 



Notes to Financial Statements 



47 



6. Fixed assets 



1982 



1981 





$'000 






$'000 




Assets 


Accumu- 


Construc- 


Assets 


Accumu- 


Construc- 


in 


lated De- 


tion in 


in 


lated De- 


tion in 


Service 


preciation 


Progress 


Service 


preciation 


Progress 



General -hydraulic ... 1,755,915 

-fossil 2,797,302 

-nuclear 1,950,220 

Heavy water 594,007 

Transmission and 

distribution 3,953,425 

Administration and 

service 667,01 1 

Heavy water production 

facilities 1,355,855 



452,953 26,404 

804,473 392,697 

366,665 5,878,047 

85,984 1,028,890 



1,747,545 

2,579,429 

1,902,932 

590,670 



421,769 
717,339 
309,839 

77,264 



8,454 

407,132 

4,059,144 

564,022 



932,118 297,825 3,680,004 
268,271 65,384 602,988 

276,265 23,352 1,386,091 



852,513 302,254 
234,781 40,259 

173,895 



13,073,735 3,186,729 7,712,599 12,489,659 2,787,400 5,381,265 



Five units at the R.L. Hearn Generating Station and four units (1981— two units) at the Lennox 
Generating Station are mothballed. The capital cost and accumulated depreciation of these non- 
operating units, amounts to $562 million and $ 1 62 million, respectively (1981— $268 million and $89 
million, respectively), are included in fossil generation assets in service. At this time it is uncertain 
if, or when, these units will resume operation. 

Construction in progress at December 31, 1982 is comprised of: 











Estimated 










Costs to 


Remaining 




Dependable 


Costs 


Complete 


Number 


Planned 


Capacity to 


Incurred 


(Excluding 


of Units 


In-Service 


be Placed 


to December 


Escalation 


Scheduled 


Dates 


in Service 


31, 1982 


and Interest) 



MW 



$ millions $ millions 



Nuclear generating stations 
(including heavy water) 

Pickering "B" 

Bruce "B" 

Darlington 

Fossil generating station 

Atikokan 

All other construction 
in progress 



4 


1983-85 


2,064 


2,812 


330 


4 


1984-87 


3,000 


3,045 


1,200 


4 


1988-92 


3,524 


771 


4,120 



1984 



206 



361 



724 



170 



7,713 



The above estimates are the most recent forecasts as of March 14, 1983. These estimates exclude 
cost escalation and interest which are forecast to average 10.0% and 14.2% per year, respectively, 
over the period 1 983 to 1 992. Because of the uncertainties associated with long construction lead times 
and planned in-service dates, these costs to complete are subject to change. 



48 Appendix II — Finance 

7. Cash and short-term investments 



1982 1981 



$'000 $'000 
Cash and interest bearing deposits with banks and trust 

companies 431,459 293,059 

Corporate notes 5,278 76,285 

Government and government-guaranteed securities 15,463 39,097 

452,200 408,441 



Corporate notes were recorded at cost which approximates market value. Government and govern- 
ment-guaranteed securites were recorded at the lower of cost or market value; market value as at 
December 31, 1982 was $17 million (1981 -$39 million). 



8. Fuel for electric generation 



1982 1981 



$'000 $'000 

Inventories -coal 590,268 488,048 

uranium 200,177 154,977 

oil 11,397 38,295 

801,842 681,320 



9. Unamortized advances for fuel supplies 



1982 1981 



$'000 $'000 

Coal 113,010 111,576 

Uranium 645,813 485,248 

758,823 596,824 



Based on present commitments, additional advance payments for fuel supplies will total approximately 
$149 million over the next five years, including approximately $95 million in 1983. 

10. Unamortized deferred costs 

1982 1981 

$'000 
Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" 
Wesleyville Generating Station 



$'000 

353,393 

41,400 


394,793 



Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" 

As a result of recent forecasts projecting reduced heavy water production requirements, the Board 
of Directors decided that effective December 31,1 982, Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" be considered 
an indefinitely deferred project with a low probability of construction being resumed in the future. 
Furthermore, the Board specified that the amortization of the capital cost of this project continue 
at an annual rate of 4% in 1983, and the unamortized cost as at January 1, 1984 be amortized for 
recovery through rates at an annual rate of 10% over the period 1984 to 1993. This unamoritized 
cost was included in deferred construction projects as at December 31, 1981. 

Wesleyville Generating Station 

As a result of a recent review, the estimated value of the remaining assets of the Wesleyville Generating 
Station project was reduced by $41 million, effective December 31, 1982. Furthermore, the Board 
of Directors specified that the $41 million be amortized for recovery through rates at an annual rate 
of 10% over the period 1984 to 1993. This unamortized cost was included in construction in progress 
as at December 31, 1981. 



Notes to Financial Statements 



49 



11. Bonds and notes payable 

Bonds and notes payable, expressed in Canadian dollars, are summarized by years of maturity and 
by the currency in which they are payable in the following table: 

1982 1981 











Weighted 




Weighted 






Principal 




Average 


Principal 


Average 


Years of 




Outstanding 




Coupon 


Outstanding 


Coupon 


Maturity 




$'000 




Rate 


$'000 


Rate 




Canadian 


Foreign 


Total 




Total 




1982 


— 


— 


— 




419,561 




1983 


178,399 


250,248 


428,647 




372,949 




1984 


99,277 


111,697 


210,974 




214,173 




1985 


564,117 


290,978 


855,095 




858,143 




1986 


- 


145,982 


145,982 




148,118 




1987 


721,411 
1,563,204 


199,287 
998,192 


920,698 
2,561,396 


10.8% 


- 




1 — 5 years 


2,012,944 


9.0% 


6—10 years 


424,823 


2,384,875 


2,809,698 


12.9 


1,438,805 


11.7 


11 — 15 years 


670,074 


373,247 


1,043,321 


8.1 


890,081 


8.3 


16 — 20 years 


2,542,616 


559,828 


3,102,444 


11.3 


2,957,761 


10.7 


21—25 years 


1,407,807 


1,307,806 


2,715,613 


9.5 


2,454,611 


9.6 


26 — 30 years 


1,706,000 


2,150,856 


3,856,856 


11.5 


4,085,849 


10.8 




8,314,524 


7,774,804 


16,089,328 


11.0 


13,840,051 


10.3 


Currency in which 


payable: 












Canadian dollars . 






8,314,524 




7,522,271 




United States dollars 




7,653,712 




6,185,064 




West German Deutsche marks 




64,368 




75,992 




Swiss francs 






56,724 
16,089,328 




56,724 
13,840,051 





The bonds and notes payable in United States dollars include $5,108 million (1981— $4,502 million) 
of Ontario Hydro bonds held by the Province of Ontario and having terms identical with Province 
of Ontario issues sold in the United States on behalf of Ontario Hydro. Except for these bonds and 
$1,000 million (1981 —$1,000 million) of bonds issued to the Province of Ontario with respect to 
Canada Pension Plan funds advanced to Ontario Hydro, all bonds and notes payable are guaranteed 
as to principal and interest by the Province of Ontario. 

The long-term bonds and notes payable in foreign currencies are translated into Canadian currency 
at rates of exchange at time of issue. If translated at year-end rates of exchange, the total amount 
of these liabilities would have to be increased by $848 million at December 31, 1982 (1981 -$681 
million). 



50 Appendix II — Finance 

12. Other long-term debt 



1982 1981 



$'000 $'000 



The balance due to Atomic Energy of Canada Limited for the 
purchase of Bruce Heavy Water Plant "A". Under the purchase 
agreement, Ontario Hydro pays equal monthly instalments of 
blended principal and interest to December 28, 1992, with inter- 
est at the rate of 7.795% 175,835 187,107 

Capitalized lease obligation for the head office building at 700 
University Avenue,* Toronto. The lease obligation is for the 30- 
year period ending September 30, 2005, payable in United States 

dollars at an effective interest rate of 8% 41,310 41,889 

Capitalized lease obligations for transport and service equipment. 
Under these agreements, monthly instalments of blended princi- 
pal and interest will be paid to 1988, at effective interest rates 
ranging from 6.8% to 18.25% 24,014 31,304 

241,159 260,300 



Payments required on the above debt, excluding interest, will total $99 million over the next five years. 
The amount payable within one year is $20 million (1981 —$18 million). 



13. Accrued irradiated fuel disposal and plant decommissioning costs 



1982 1981 



$'000 $'000 

Accrued irradiated fuel disposal costs 60,669 — 

Accrued plant decommissioning costs 14,975 — 

75,644 



Irradiated fuel disposal costs 

Studies have been carried out to estimate the costs to be incurred for the disposal of irradiated nuclear 

fuel. The significant assumptions used in estimating the future irradiated fuel disposal costs were: 

• an in-service date of the year 2000 for irradiated nuclear fuel disposal facilities; 

• a transportation distance of 1 ,600 kilometres from nuclear generating facilities to disposal facilities; 
and 

• interest and escalation rates through to the disposal date averaging 9.2% and 7.3%, respectively. 
Because of the uncertainties associated with the technology of disposal and the above factors, these 
costs are subject to change. 

Plant decommissioning costs 

Studies have been carried out to estimate the costs of decommissioning a nuclear generating station. 

The significant assumptions used in estimating the future decommissioning costs were: 

• decommissioning on the deferred dismantlement basis (dismantlement following storage with 
surveillance for a 30-year period after shutdown of the reactors); 

• a transportation distance of 1 ,600 kilometres from nuclear generating facilities to disposal facilities; 
and 

• interest and escalation rates through to the completion of decommissioning averaging 8.0% and 
6.6%, respectively. 

Because of the uncertainties associated with the technology of decommissioning and the above factors, 
these costs are subject to change. 



Notes to Financial Statements 5 1 

14. Fuel used for electric generation 

Ontario Hydro has contracted with Petrosar Limited for the purchase of 20,000 barrels of residual 
fuel oil per day through to April 1992. Deliveries in 1982 were 2% (1981-6%) of the contract 
quantities. Amounts have been charged to the costs of operations to provide for settlement with respect 
to reduced deliveries to date. Petrosar has commenced actions claiming damages for failure to take 
the contract quantities in 1981 and claiming compensation payments in respect of the failure to take 
the contract quantities in 1982. Ontario Hydro is defending these actions. 

15. Payment to Ontario Municipal Electric Association 

The amount of this payment is equivalent to interest on the balance held for the benefit of Municipal 
Utilities in the Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies. 

16. Net additions to fixed assets 

Net additions to fixed assets are capital construction expenditures less the proceeds on sales of fixed 
assets. The proceeds on sales of fixed assets in 1982 and 1981 were insignificant. For 1983, net additions 
to fixed assets are estimated to be $3,176 million. 

17. Pension plan 

The most recent actuarial valuation of Ontario Hydro's pension plan as at December 31, 1981 reported 

a surplus of approximately $28 million (December 31, 1980 — $17 million). 

The significant actuarial assumptions used in the 1981 valuation (1980 valuation) were: 

• rate used to discount future investment income 8.5% (1980 — 8.5%) and future benefits 8% 
(1980-8%); 

• salary escalation rate 8% (1980-8%); 

• average retirement age for males 61.4 (1980 — 61.8) and for females 61.3 (1980 — 60.8); and 

• common stocks valuation 5 year average (1980 — 5 year average). 

The experience surplus for 1981 of approximately $34 million, partially offset by an additional 
unfunded liability of approximately $23 million for plan improvements, increased the pension plan 
surplus by $1 1 million. 
The pension plan costs for 1982 were $70 million (1981 -$60 million). 

18. Research and development 

In 1982, approximately $61 million of research and development costs were charged to operations 
and $5 million were capitalized (1981— $50 million and $5 million, respectively). 

19. Comparative figures 

Certain of the 1981 comparative figures have been reclassified to conform with the 1982 financial 
statement presentation. 



52 



Appendix II — Finance 
Five Year Summary of Financial Statistics 



1978 



1979 



1980 



1981 



1982 



(in thousands of dollars) 
Revenues 

Primary power and energy 

Municipal utilities 1,275,107 1,441,557 1,603,072 1,800,129 1,997,752 

Rural retail customers 442,224 474,795 513,616 545,760 575,784 

Direct industrial customers 261,816 305,210 341,785 391,038 395,250 

1,979,147 2,221,562 2,458,473 2,736,927 2,968,786 

Secondary power and energy 288,533 346,558 360,742 424,581 418,844 

2,267,680 2,568,120 2,819,215 3,161,508 3,387,630 

Less excess revenues (1) 130,292 — — — — 

2,137,388 2,568,120 2,819,215 3,161,508 3,387,630 

Operating costs 

Operation, maintenance and 

administration 501,800 601,422 639,572 764,712 853,569 

Fuel used for electric generation (2) . 508,903 608,615 674,085 765,429 902,089 

Depreciation 265,060 284,610 305,967 324,596 347,779 

Other (2) 144,885 151,651 148,528 190,720 192,853 

1,420,648 1,646,298 1,768,152 2,045,457 2,296,290 

Income before financing charges 

and extraordinary item 716,740 921,822 1,051,063 1,116,051 1,091,340 

Financing charges 

Interest on bonds, notes and 

other debt 899,817 1,029,568 1,165,921 1,369,933 1,707,543 

Capitalized interest (304,119) (341,073) (401,254) (627,758) (967,572) 

Investment income (76,249 ) (105,163 ) (109,268 ) (84,685 ) (67,468 ) 

519,449 583,332 655,399 657,490 672,503 

Foreign exchange 29,346 70,875 19,238 51,743 70,418 

548,795 654,207 674,637 709,233 742,921 

Income before extraordinary 

item 167,945 267,615 376,426 406,818 348,419 

Extraordinary item 20,500 - 160,000 - — 

Net income 147,445 267,615 216,426 406,818 348,419 

_,. . . .^ (in thousands of dollars) 
Financial position 

Total assets 13,162,506 14,513,729 15,593,347 17,829,621 20,720,832 

Fixed assets 11,340,961 12,628,842 13,630,177 15,447,525 17,599,605 

Long-term debt 10,226,763 11,134,185 12,005,058 13,662,582 15,881,950 

Equity 1,802,793 2,069,538 2,284,277 2,689,653 3,037,682 

Major sources of funds 

Operations (2) 444,575 582,424 692,377 751,019 781,131 

Bonds and notes payable and other 

long-term debt - net increase (2) . 1,488,239 1,098,025 862,249 1,716,204 2,214,134 
Major application of funds 

Net additions to fixed assets 1,652,043 1,574,716 1,469,550 2,144,210 2,883,039 

Unamortized advances for fuel 

supplies -net increase 45,626 126,680 146,722 182,719 161,999 

Financial indicators 

Interest coverage (5) 1.19 1.26 1.32 1.30 1.20 

Debt ratio (6) .853 .848 .846 .841 .845 

Return on average rate base (%) (7) . 9.4 lOl 108 1_L3 11.4 



Financial Statistics 



53 



1978 



1979 



1980 



1981 



1982 



Average revenue per kilowatt-hour (1)(3) 

Primary power and energy 

Municipal utilities 

Rural retail customers 

Direct industrial customers 

Secondary power and energy 

All classifications combined 

Average rate increases (1) 

Municipal utilities 

Rural retail customers 

Direct industrial customers 

Average cost per kilowatt-hour (3)(4) 

Hydraulic 
Operation, maintenance and admin. 

Fuel — water rentals 

Depreciation and financing charges 

Nuclear 

Operation, maintenance and admin. 

Fuel — uranium 

Depreciation and financing charges 

Fossil 
Operation, maintenance and admin. 

Fuel — coal, gas and oil . .' 

Depreciation and financing charges 



(in mills per kilowatt-hour of total energy sales) 



20.81 


22.76 


24.70 


27.10 


29.81 


34.21 


36.49 


39.70 


42.69 


44.82 


17.72 


19.37 


20.80 


22.90 


26.14 


27.76 


29.72 


33.63 


38.38 


38.95 


22.82 


24.75 

i 


26.85 
(expressed as a 


29.45 
%) 


32.04 


9.4 


9.8 


8.6 


9.3 


9.6 


9.8 


7.0 


6.2 


11.2 


8.7 


10.3 


10.1 


7.1 


9.6 


10.0 



(in mills per kilowatt-hour of energy generated) 



.86 

.48 

3.39 


.98 

.52 

3.26 


1.09 

.58 
3.24 


1.49 

.66 

3.51 


1.68 

.73 

3.60 


4.73 


4.76 


4.91 


5.66 


6.01 


3.12 
1.61 
8.69 


3.32 
1.94 
9.26 


3.49 
2.39 

7.65 


4.11 
2.32 
8.07 


4.87 
3.84 
8.83 


13.42 


14.52 


13.53 


14.50 


17.54 


2.98 

15.42 

6.90 


3.27 

17.08 

7.15 


3.42 

18.56 

6.45 


3.74 

20.97 

6.11 


4.03 

23.29 

6.84 


25.30 


27.50 


28.43 


30.82 


34.16 



Footnotes 

(1) Ontario Hydro was required by the Province of Ontario to conform with the spirit and intent 
of the Federal Anti-Inflation program as it applied to net income for the year 1978. Excess 
revenues were applied to reduce customers' bills in 1979 and 1980. Figures for 1978 are before 
deduction of excess revenues. 

(2) Figures for 1978-1981 have been reclassified to conform with 1982 financial statement presenta- 
tion. 

(3) Figures for 1982 are preliminary. 

(4) Average cost per kilowatt-hour represents the cost attributable to generation but excludes the 
costs related to transmission, distribution and corporate administrative activities. These figures 
reflect the historical accounting costs of operating facilities and the actual energy generated by 
these facilities during the year. 

(5) Interest coverage represents income before extraordinary item plus gross interest (interest on 
bonds and notes payable, short-term notes payable, other long-term debt, and accrued irradiated 
fuel disposal and plant decommissioning costs) less interest on other accrued costs, divided by 
gross interest less interest on other accrued costs. 

(6) Debt ratio represents debt (bonds and notes payable, short-term notes payable, other long-term 
debt, and accrued irradiated fuel disposal and plant decommissioning costs) divided by debt plus 
equity. 

(7) Return on average rate base represents income before extraordinary item plus gross interest 
(interest on bonds, notes and other debt, and other accrued costs) divided by average rate base 
(total assets less long-term and current accounts payable and accrued charges, accrued interest, 
and contributions from the Province of Ontario as assistance for rural construction). 



54 



Appendix II — Finance 



FIXED 
for the year ended 

In 



Power Supply Facilities 
Generation 

Hydraulic 

Fossil 

Nuclear 

Heavy water 

Transmission and distribution facilities 

Transmission systems 

Distribution systems 

Communication equipment 

Retail distribution 

Sub-total — power supply facilities . . 

Administration and Service Facilities 

Administration and service bldgs 

Transport and service equipment 

Total administration & service facilities 

Heavy Water Production Facilities . . 

Total Fixed Assets 



Balance 
December 
31, 1981 



$'000 



10,500,580 

199,401 
403,587 

602,988 

1,386,091 

12,489,659 



Placed 

In 
Service 



$'000 



1,747,545 

2,579,429 

1,902,932 

590,670 


8,563 

216,585 

48,416 

3,337 


6,820,576 


276,901 


2,478,980 
215,509 

116,445 
869,070 


190,365 

16,649 

3,758 

91,540 



579,213 

19,888 
66,717 

86,605 

7,683 

673,501 







Fixed Assets 




55 


ASSETS 










December 31, 


1982 








Service 










Retired 
or 

Reclassified 


Balance 
December 
31, 1982 


Under 

Construction 

December 

31, 1982 


Total 
December 
31, 1982 


Expenditures 
for 1982 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


(193) 

1,288 
(1,128) 


1,755,915 

2,797,302 

1,950,220 

594,007 

7,097,444 


26,404 

392,697 

5,878,047 

1,028,890 

7,326,038 


1,782,319 
3,189,999 
7,828,267 
1,622,897 

14,423,482 


26,513 

243,551 

1,874,867 

468,205 


(33) 


2,613,136 


(11,058) 

(2,079) 

(156) 

(15,598) 


2,658,287 
230,079 
120,047 
945,012 


220,360 
27,976 
19,442 
30,047 


2,878,647 
258,055 
139,489 
975,059 


169,066 
16,137 
14,912 
96,470 


(28,924) 


11,050,869 


7,623,863 


18,674,732 


2,909,721 


(4,869) 
(17,713) 


214,420 
452,591 


50,162 
15,222 


264,582 
467,813 


41,930 
69,800 


(22,582) 


667,011 


65,384 


732,395 


111,730 


(37,919) 


1,355,855 


23,352 


1,379,207 


(15,587) 


(89,425) 


13,073,735 


7,712,599 


20,786,334 


3,005,864 



56 



Appendix II — Finance 



ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 
for the year ended December 31, 1982 



Balance 
December 
31, 1981 

$'000 
Power Supply Facilities 

Generation — hydraulic . . . 421,769 

-fossil 717,339 

-nuclear 309,839 

Heavy water 77,264 

1,526,211 

Transmission and 
distribution facilities 
Transmission systems . . 484,776 
Distribution systems . . . 59,419 
Communication 

equipment 46,515 

Retail distribution .... 261,803 

Sub-total power 

supply facilities 2,378,724 

Administration and 
Service Facilities 

Administration and service 

buildings 37,502 

Transport and service 

equipment 197,279 

Total administration 

and service facilities . . . 234,781 

Heavy Water Production 
Facilities 173,895 

Total Accumulated 

Depreciation 2,787,400 



Direct 
Provision 


Indirect 
Provision 


Retirements 
Sales and 
Transfers 


Net 
Changes 


Balance 
December 
31, 1982 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


31,271 

86,828 

57,162 

8,720 


3 


(87) 

306 

(339) 


31,184 

87,134 

56,826 

8,720 

183,864 


452,953 

804,473 

366,665 

85,984 


183,981 


3 


(120) 


1,710,075 


57,041 
5,186 


49 


(7,493) 
(1,189) 


49,548 
4,046 


534,324 
63,465 


9,281 
30,401 


- 


(150) 
(13,521) 

(22,473) 


9,131 
16,880 

263,469 


55,646 
278,683 


285,890 


52 


2,642,193 



(69) 



(69) 



1,772 



287,593 



5,103 


(4,886;. 


148 


37,650 


44,866 


(11,524) 


33,342 


230,621 


49,969 


(16,410) 


33,490 


268,271 


108,754 


(8,156) 


102,370 


276,265 


158,775 


(47,039) 


399,329 


3,186,729 



Bonds and Notes Payable 



57 



DETAILS OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE 
for the year ended December 31, 1982 



Maturity 



Callable 



Year of 
Issue 



Interest 
Rate 



Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1982 



Payable in Canadian Currency (1) 



Mar 


. 1, 


1983 


June 


15 


, 1983 


Aug. 


15 


, 1983 


Nov. 


15 


, 1983 


Feb. 


1, 


1984 


Oct. 


1, 


1984 


Feb. 


1, 


1985 


Mar 


25 


, 1985 


Oct. 


21, 


1985 


Oct. 


30, 


1985 


Mar 


3, 


1987 


May 


12 


, 1987 


July 


5, 


1987 


Aug. 


4, 


1987 


Aug. 


12 


, 1987 


Oct. 


12, 


1987 


Jan. 


4, i 


1988 


Apr. 


15. 


1988 


July 


5, : 


1988 


Aug. 


12 


, 1988 


Jan. 


5, 1 


1989 


Sept. 


20 


, 1989 


Mar. 


15 


, 1990 


Apr. 


1, 


1992 


Aug. 


15 


, 1992 


Sept. 


18 


, 1992 


Mar. 


18 


, 1994 


Apr. 


1, 


1994 


May 


1, 


1994 


Oct. 


1, ! 


1994 


Dec. 


1, 


1994 


Feb. 


1, 


1995 


June 30. 


, 1995 


Nov. 


30 


, 1995 


Feb. 


4, 


1996 


Apr. 


1, 


1996 


July 


21, 


1996 


Sept. 


15 


, 1996 


Sept. 


15 


, 1996 


Feb. 


1, 


1997 


Apr. 


5, 


1997 


Sept. 


15 


, 1997 


Feb. 


1, 


1998 


May 


15. 


1998 


Nov. 


30 


, 1998 


Mar. 


1, 


1999 


June 14. 


1999 


Aug. 


15 


, 1999 


Nov. 


15 


, 1999 


Jan. 


10, 


2000 


Feb. 


10, 


2000 


May 


21, 


2000 


Oct. 


30, 


2000 


Jan. 


29, 


2001 


May 


18. 


2001 


Mar. 


3, 


2002 


Nov. 


30 


, 2002 


Oct. 


5, 2003 


Jan. 


6, 2004 


Jan. 


25, 


2005 


May 


1, 


2005 


Apr. 


21, 


2006 


June 


27, 


2008 


Aug. 


30 


, 2008 


Apr. 


4, : 


2009 


May 


10. 


2009 


Mar. 


25 


,2010 


May 


14, 


2010 



1980 
1979 

1980 
1981 
1980 
1981 



1984 
1984 
1984 

1985 
1985 
1986 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1989 
1989 
1989 
1990 
1990 
1990 
1991 
1991 
1991 
1991 

1992 
1992 
1992 
1993 
1993 
1993 
1994 
1994 
1994 
1994 
1995 
1995 

1995 
1996 
1996 
1999 
2000 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1998 
2001 
2000 
2000 
2001 
2001 
2003 
2003 



1963 
1963 
1973 
1961 
1964 
1964 
1965 
1980 
1980 
1975 
1982 
1982 
1967 
1982 
1982 
1982 
1966 
1966 
1966 
1982 
1967 
1967 
1967 
1968 
1968 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1969 
1969 
1969 
1970 
1970 
1970 
1971 
1971 
1971 
1971 
1970 
1972 
1972 
1972 
1973 
1973 
1973 
1974 
1974 
1974 
1974 
1975 
1975 
1975 
1975 
1976 
1976 
1982 
1982 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1978 
1981 
1978 
1978 
1979 
1979 
1980 
1980 



% 


Can. $'000 


5.25 


43,367 


5.0 


52,142 


8.375 


44,638 


5.25 


38,202 


5.25 


47,149 


5.25 


52,128 


5.25 


66,054 


13.25 


174,261 


13.25 


299,034 


10.25 


24,768 


16.75 


100,000 


15.5 


139,096 


6.25 


23,170 


17.0 


149,145 


16.95 


60,000 


13.75 


250,000 


5.75 


42,393 


6.0 


41,036 


6.0 


41,151 


16.95 


60,000 


6.25 


38,077 


6.50 


25,702 


6.0 


39,282 


7.0 


40,726 


7.0 


39,629 


7.0 


56,827 


7.75 


25,002 


9.0 


40,943 


7.75 


25,129 


8.25 


21,449 


8.5 


16,671 


9.0 


7,915 


9.0 


56,981 


8.75 


60,625 


7.50 


72,721 


7.625 


34,616 


8.25 


47,002 


7.875 


56,824 


8.25 


6 


7.375 


57,971 


7.625 


66,004 


8.25 


80,215 


7.75 


71,378 


8.0 


118,110 


8.5 


44,564 


8.5 


58,870 


9.75 


62,688 


10.25 


65,270 


10.0 


52,601 


9.75 


47,848 


9.5 


78,428 


10.25 


58,084 


10.75 


90,793 


10.25 


146,219 


10.0 


297,763 


17.0 


100,000 


12.5 


250,000 


9.5 


139,309 


9.25 


702,059 


9.375 


178,078 


9.75 


174,782 


14.25 


213,579 


9.75 


187,737 


9.5 


189,572 


10.25 


284,782 


10.0 


287,205 


13.375 


136,643 


13.25 


312,075 



58 Appendix II — Finance 

DETAILS OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE (Cont'd.) 
for the year ended December 31, 1982 













Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 






Callable 




Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1982 














% ' 


Can. $'000 


Jan. 29, 2011 






2004 




1981 


13.0 


307,986 




Currency 


— Advances from Prov. of Ontario (1) 




7,314,474 


Payable in Canadian 




May 1,2000 






- 




1980 


13.46 


60,000 


May 5, 2000 






- 




1980 


13.46 


60,000 


May 6, 2000 






- 




1980 


13.46 


21,714 


June 2, 2000 






- 




1980 


12.01 


60,000 


June 3, 2000 






- 




1980 


12.01 


60,000 


June 4, 2000 






- 




1980 


12.01 


42,273 


July 2, 2000 






- 




1980 


11.82 


60,000 


July 3, 2000 






- 




1980 


11.82 


42,564 


Aug. 5, 2000 






- 




1980 


11.61 


60,000 


Aug. 6, 2000 






- 




1980 


11.61 


19,534 


Sept. 2, 2000 






- 




1980 


12.55 


13,915 


July 2, 2001 






- 




1981 


14.81 


60,000 


July 6, 2001 






- 




1981 


14.81 


45,279 


Aug. 4, 2001 






— 




1981 


15.31 


60,000 


Aug. 5, 2001 






- 




1981 


15.31 


33,599 


Sept. 1, 2001 






- 




1981 


17.01 


60,000 


Sept. 2, 2001 






- 




1981 


17.01 


27,494 


Oct. 1,2001 






- 




1981 


17.0 


60,000 


Oct. 2, 2001 






- 




1981 


17.0 


28,018 


Nov. 2, 2001 






- 




1981 


17.51 


60,000 


Nov. 3, 2001 






- 




1981 


17.51 


38,463 


Dec. 1, 2001 










1981 


15.93 
% 


27,147 
1,000,000 




Can. $'000 


Payable in Canadian 


Currency 


-Notes (1) 










Long-Term Notes 










1978 


9.0 


50 


Short-Term Notes 










1982 


Various 


60,125 
60,175 


Total payable in Car 


adian Dollars 










8,374,649 








E> 


change 




Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 




Rate 




Callable 


Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1982 











% 


US $'000 


Can $'000 


Payable in United States 


Currency (1) 












Feb. 1, 1984 


.9696 


1969(2) 


1959 


4.75 


63,493 


61,561 


Nov. 15, 1985 


1.0122 


1983 


1975 


8.4 


99,565 


100,780 


Sept. 15, 1990 


1.0762 


1975(2) 


1965 


4.75 


43,819 


47,161 


May 1, 1991 


1.1993 


1988(2) 


1981 


14.625 


97,480 


116,908 


Nov. 5, 1991 


1.1931 


- 


1981 


16.0 


100,000 


119,310 


Feb. 25, 1992 


1.2296 


- 


1982 


15.75 


200,000 


245.920 


Aug. 31, 1992 


1.2373 


- 


1982 


14.625 


195,945 


242,443 


Mar. 15, 1996 


.9850 


-(7) 


1976 


9.5 


578,500 


578,541 


Apr. 1, 1996 


1.0781 


1981(2) 


1966 


5.5 


28,483 


30,728 


Apr. 15, 1997 


1.0822 


1982(2) 


1967 


5.625 


54,377 


58,846 


Dec. 1, 1997 


1.0812 


1982(2) 


1967 


6.875 


61,040 


66,000 


Aug. 1, 1998 


1.0731 


1983(2) 


1968 


7.125 


57,975 


62,215 


Feb. 15, 1999 


1.0744 


1984(2) 


1969 


7.375 


59,230 


63,635 


Sept. 1, 1999 


1.0778 


1984(2) 


1969 


8.375 


69,195 


74,580 


Feb. 1 5, 2000 


1.0725 


1985(2) 


1970 


9.25 


73,505 


78,834 


Aug. 1, 2000 


1.0200 


1985(2) 


1970 


9.25 


55,275 


56,373 


May 15, 2001 


1 .0098 


1986(2) 


1971 


7.85 


72.595 


73.303 


May 15,2002 


.9900 


1987(2) 


1972 


7.7 


80,755 


79.947 


Dec. 15, 2002 


.9965 


1987(2) 


1972 


7.3 


71,190 


70.941 


Oct. 15, 2003 


1 .0003 


1998(2) 


1973 


7.9 


82,680 


82.705 


Mar. 15, 2004 


.9706 


1989(2) 


1974 


8.6 


104,625 


101,548 


Oct. 1, 2004 


.9818 


1989(2) 


1974 


10.25 


164,800 


161,806 


Mar. 1, 2005 


1.0024 


1990(2) 


1975 


8.875 


177,450 


177,876 


June 15, 2005 


1.0260 


1990(2) 


1975 


9.125 


134,070 


137.556 



Bonds and Notes Payable 



59 



DETAILS OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE (Cont'd.) 



for the year ended December 31, 1982 




Exchange Year of Interest 
Maturity Rate Callable Issue Rate 


Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1982 


% 
Payable in United States Currency (1) 


US $'000 Can $'000 



Nov. 1 5, 2005 


1.0122 


1990(2) 


1975 


9.25 


174,470 


176,598 


Jan. 15, 2007 


1 .0226 


1992(2) 


1977 


8.40 


271,250 


277,392 


Sept. 15,2007 


1.0744 


1992(2) 


1977 


8.375 


179,005 


192,325 


Jan. 5, 2008 


1 .0948 


1993(2) 


1978 


8.75 


238,275 


260,863 


June 1, 2008 


1.1180 


1993(2) 


1978 


9.375 


188,175 


210,379 


Nov. 30, 2008 


1.1715 


1993(2) 


1978 


9.375 


235,375 


275,786 


Mar. 1, 2009 


1.1863 


1994(2) 


1979 


9.75 


272,900 


323,693 


Sept. 20, 2009 


1.1677 


1994(2) 


1979 


9.875 


285,105 


332,915 


May 1.2011 


1.1993 


1996(2) 


1981 


15.125 


175,060 


209,949 


Nov. 5, 2011 


1.1931 


1996(2) 


1981 


17.00 


150,000 


178,965 


Mar. 15,2012 


1.2167 


1997(2) 


1982 


15.75 


196,000 


238,473 


Aug. 31, 2012 


1.2373 


1997(2) 


1982 


15.25 


96,850 


119,833 



Payable in United States Currency — Eurodollar Issues (1) 



5,188,512 5,686,688 



Jan. 15, 1977-1986 
Jan. 2, 1983 
May 27, 1983 
June 1, 1985 
Sept. 10, 1986 
Apr. 15, 1987 
Apr. 29, 1989 
Dec. 30, 1989 
Feb. 26, 1991 
Aug. 28, 1991 
Nov. 19, 1991 
Aug. 5, 1992 
Oct. 14, 1992 



1.0084 
1.0140 

.9810 
1.1190 

.9763 
1 .0492 
1.2222 
1.2187 
1.1975 
1.2107 
1.1837 
1.2481 
1.2288 



1977(2,3) 



1971 


8.25 


13,457 


14,303 


1976 


9.0 


75,000 


92,205 


1976 


8.25 


74,750 


91,898 


1978 


8.5 


125,000 


139,875 


1976 


8.5 


98,250 


95,920 


1977 


8.0 


123,480 


129,555 


1982 


14.75 


1 50,000 


183,330 


1982 


11.25 


200,000 


247,000 


1981 


13.5 


100,000 


119,750 


1981 


16.0 


150,000 


181,605 


1981 


16.0 


200,000 


236,740 


1982 


15.0 


1 50,000 


187,215 


1982 


12.75 


200,000 


245,760 



1,659,937 



Maturity 



Exchange 
Rate 



Callable 



Year of 
Issue 



Interest 
Rate 



Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1982 



Payable in United States Currency-US. Dollar Notes (1) 



US $'000 Can $'000 



Long-Term Notes — NEI Parsons Ltd. 
Short-Term Notes 



Total Payable in United States Dollars 



1982 
1982 



8.5 
Various 



1,526 

42,705 


1,869 

52,824 


44,231 


54,693 


6,892,680 


7,706,537 



Payable in West German Currency (1) 



DM '000 CDN $'000 



Dec. 1 


, 1977-1986 


.3045 


1977(2,3) 


1971 


7.5 


June 1 


, 1980-1987 


.3078 


1980(3,4) 


1972 


6.5 


Mar. 


1, 1981-1988 


.3548 


1981(3,4) 


1973 


6.5 



Total payable in West German Deutsche Marks 



39,136 
62,342 
74,607 



176,085 



14,047 
21,814 
28,507 



64,368 



Payable in Swiss Currency (1) 



SF '000 CDN $'000 



Oct. 2, 1987 
Dec. 10, 1990 

Total payable in Swiss Francs 



.2591 
.3851 



1983(2,5) 
1981(2,6) 



1972 
1975 



5.5 
7.75 



100,000 
80,000 



25,912 
30,812 



180,000 



56,724 



(1) 



Bonds and notes payable in United States dollars include $5,108 million of Ontario Hydro bonds held by the Province of Ontario 

and having terms identical with Province of Ontario issues sold in the United States on behalf of Ontario Hydro. Except for 

these issues, all bonds and notes payable are guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Province of Ontario. 

Callable at various declining premiums. 

Payable in equal annual instalments. 

Callable for three years at 101% and thereafter at par. 

Redeemable 1983-1986, by purchase in the market, of up to 10,000,000 Sw.fr. annually, at prices not exceeding par. 

Redeemable 1983-1989, by purchase in the market, of up to 4,000,000 Sw.fr. annually, at prices not exceeding par. 

Payable 1983-1995 in annual instalments of 5.5% of original amount of note of $650 million. 



60 



Appendix II — Finance 



SUMMARY OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE AMOUNTS 
CHARGED FOR PRIMARY POWER 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Amounts Charged fob Primary Power 
Common Functions 

Operations, maintenance and administration 

Debt retirement appropriation 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 

provision (note 6) 

Total common demand functions 

Energy at 13.20 mills per kWh 

Total common functions 

Other functions 

Transformation and metering — stage I 

Transformation and metering — stage II 

Special facilities 

Total bulk charges allocated 

Retail distribution charges 

Total amount charged for primary power 

Amounts billed 

Interest on Power District deficit (surplus) 

Balance credited to municipal utilities 

Surplus (deficit) transferred to Reserve for Stabilization 
of Rates and Contingencies for the Power District 
(note 6) 

Primary Power and Energy Supplied 

Average of monthly peak load (costing load) used in 

allocating the amount charged for bulk power— MW 
Energy — GWh 

See accompanying notes on following page. 





Power District 




Municipal 
Utilities 


Rural 

Retail 

Customers 


Direct 
Industrial 
Customers 


Total 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


802,680 
114,501 


154,639 
22,243 


147,553 
20,674 


1,104,872 
157,418 


144,909 


28,151 


26,165 


199,225 


1,062,090 

884,678 


205,033 
181,130 


194,392 
199,701 


1,461,515 
1,265,509 


1,946,768 


386,163 


394,093 


2,727,024 


49,413 

1,582 

497 


9,956 
7,710 
(195) 


2,355 

14 

(3,117) 


61,724 
9,306 
(2,815) 


1,998,260 


403,634 
179,584 

583,218 

575,784 
757 


393,345 


2,795,239 
179,584 


1,998,260 
2,002,540 


393,345 

395,250 

146 


2,974,823 

2,973,574 

903 



(4,280) 



10,834 
67,021 



(8,191) 



2,105 

13,722 



1,759 



1,956 
15.129 



(4,280) 



(6,432) 



14,895 
95,872 



S/kW 


$/kW 


$/kW 


36.86 


31.76 


30.65 


20.28 


17.47 


16.86 


2.00 


3.65 


2.97 


14.95 


10.42 


12.23 


10.57 


9.11 


8.79 


13.37 


11.53 


11.12 



Allocation of Charges for Power 6 1 

NOTES TO STATEMENTS OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED FOR PRIMARY POWER 

1. The common functions performed in production and supply of power, which are listed below, are considered to be used by all 
customers in relation to demand requirements and are allocated to the customer classes as follows: 

Rural Direct 

Municipal Retail Industrial 

Utilities Customers Customers 

Power supply — demand 

Grid facilities 

Radial transmission 

Administration 

Debt retirement 

Stabilization of rates 

98.03 83.94 82.62 

2. Stage I transformation and metering charges are those associated with transformation at high-voltage stations from 1 15 kV to 
a voltage less than 1 15 kV but exceeding 10 kV. These charges are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all customers requiring the 
service. 

Stage II transformation and metering charges are those associated with transformation at low-voltage stations from 44 kV, 27.6 
kV, 13.8 kV or similar voltages to a delivery voltage of less than 10 kV. These charges are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all 
customers requiring the service. 

3. Special facilities charges are those allocated with low-voltage line facilities located within a municipality's boundaries that serve 
only that customer. Also included in this category are charges for providing standby services, adjustments for the surpluses or 
deficits arising from power contracts containing unusual rates or supply conditions, and reductions allowed for interruptible power. 

4. The portion of the amount charged for power attributable to producing energy, rather than meeting demand requirements, has 
been classified as energy charge. For allocation purposes, this charge has been established at 13.20 mills per kWh. 

5. The demand charge is the per kilowatt charge for primary power, exclusive of energy cost. 

6. The provision to stabilization of rates and contingencies as shown on the Statement of Operations consists of: 

$'000 



Common Demand Functions 199,225 

Other Functions (non-common) (13,286) 

Surplus (Deficit) of Rural Retail Customers (8,191) 

Surplus (Deficit) of Direct Industrial 

Customers 1 ,759 

Interest on Reserve (including payments to 

OMEA) 897 

Rural Retail System Expansion Appropriation — 

180,404 



62 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
13.2 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blandford-Blenheim. 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bothwell 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 



kW 

1 ,230.9 
32,581.1 
7,489.8 
2,128.0 
7,120.4 

4,532.4 

819.7 

13.287.3 

4.430.1 
269.3 

538.9 

13,759.7 

3,107.1 

1,248.8 

7,915.3 

21,919.8 

277.9 

9,243.7 

4,147.4 

69,043.6 

1,894.9 
1,347.3 
947.2 
1,666.8 
3.986.5 

63,273.2 
1,109.0 
2,493.0 
5,410.9 
1,142.8 

1.822.2 
3,072.6 
1,282.1 
4,343.6 
7.067.3 

3.077.6 

218,444.8 

103,096.3 

17,836.8 

422.8 



kW.h '000 
6,897.1 
196,879.4 
41 ,944.9 
11,883.1 
42,802.0 

24,196.9 

4,541.1 
76.057.7 
25.777.1 

1,462.5 

3.046.9 
86,558.1 
18,159.1 

7,016.9 
51,163.1 

129.701.4 

1.636.8 

52,711.5 

22.494.7 

409.396.7 

10.167.7 
7,236.4 
5,244.1 
9,722.8 

23,039.2 

385,032.7 
6,027.8 
13,708.2 
31,371.3 
6,129.7 

10,485.7 
18,286.1 
7,312.7 
20,372.2 
42,904.5 

12,858.5 

1,340,300.7 

623,798.4 

97.898.5 

2,336.6 



$ 
120,668 
3,193,924 
734,223 
208,608 
698.01 1 

444,309 

80.355 

1 ,302,549 

434.282 
26.398 

52,831 

1 ,348,865 

304,591 

122,420 

775,936 

2.148.799 

27.245 

906,155 

406,573 

6,768,340 

185,758 
132,076 
92,854 
163,395 
390,798 

6.202.669 
108.718 
244.384 
530.431 
112.029 

178,634 
301 .205 
125,688 
425,802 
692.807 

301 .693 

21,414,149 

10,106,531 

1.748,545 

41,447 



$ 

91.042 
2,598,809 
553.673 
156,858 
564,988 

319.399 

59,944 

1 ,003,962 

340,259 

19,305 

40,220 

1,142,567 

239,700 

92.623 
675.354 

1.712,060 

21.607 

695.793 

296.931 

5.404,036 

134.215 
95.520 
69.222 
128.342 
304.119 

5,082.433 

79,568 

180.950 

414,102 

80,912 

138,413 
241,378 
96.529 
268.913 
566.341 

169,732 

17,691,969 

8,234,139 

1 ,292.260 

30.844 



$ 

5.908 

160.557 

36,925 

10,214 

35,104 

22,345 

3,935 

65.415 

21,840 

1,293 

2.587 
66.833 
15,318 

5.994 
38.502 

107.873 

1 ,334 

45,572 

20,447 

340,385 

9,109 
6.467 
4,670 
8.006 
19,478 

311,937 

5.336 

12,085 

26,563 

5.634 

8.810 
14,748 

6.154 
21.414 
34,842 

15.102 

1 ,076.507 

508,038 

87,675 

2,029 



see notes on page 61 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1982 



63 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


— 


225,754 


225,461 


293 


109.44 


183.40 


32.73 


— 


5,956,736 


5,953,958 


2,778 


103.06 


182.83 


30.26 


2,310 


1,327,131 


1,324,977 


2,154 


103.27 


177.19 


31.64 


— 


389,746 


386.458 


3,288 


109.44 


183.15 


32.80 


4,493 


1 ,302,5% 


1,295,356 


7,240 


103.59 


182.94 


30.43 


4,930 


790,983 


785,264 


5,719 


104.05 


174.52 


32.69 


— 


149,652 


150,165 


(513) 


109.44 


182.57 


32.95 


— 


2,376,564 


2,415,220 


(38,656) 


103.30 


178.86 


31.25 


— 


796,381 


797,039 


(658) 


102.96 


179.77 


30.89 


— 


48,776 


48,560 


216 


109.44 


181.13 


33.35 


_ 


99,200 


99,480 


(280) 


109.44 


184.07 


32.56 


14,408 


2,623,679 


2,582,633 


41,046 


107.64 


190.68 


30.31 


5,567 


565,176 


569,536 


(4,360) 


104.75 


181.90 


31.12 


— 


229,292 


227,924 


1,368 


109.44 


183.61 


32.68 


— 


1,516,245 


1 ,504,953 


11,292 


106.24 


191.56 


29.64 


_ 


3,978,469 


3,991,310 


(12,841) 


103.40 


181.50 


30.67 


— 


52,023 


51,776 


247 


109.44 


187.18 


31.78 


230 


1,647,750 


1 ,653,755 


(6,005) 


102.98 


178.26 


31.26 


63 


724,014 


715,649 


8,365 


102.98 


174.57 


32.19 


— 


12,512,761 


12,451,895 


60,866 


102.96 


181.23 


30.56 


_ 


340,944 


338,264 


2,680 


109.10 


179.93 


33.53 


— 


242,969 


243,298 


(329) 


109.44 


180.34 


33.58 


— 


166,746 


165,256 


1,490 


102.96 


176.04 


31.80 


1,354 


311,863 


312,565 


(702) 


110.10 


187.10 


32.08 


1,178 


724,479 


731,142 


(6,663) 


105.45 


181.73 


31.45 


_ 


11,597,039 


11,591,224 


5,815 


102.96 


183.29 


30.12 


— 


200,281 


198,902 


1,379 


108.85 


180.59 


33.23 


— 


447,845 


451,904 


(4,059) 


107.06 


179.64 


32.67 


— 


976,804 


982,432 


(5,628) 


103.99 


180.53 


31.14 


— 


198,575 


198,728 


(153) 


102.96 


173.76 


32.40 


1,626 


336,322 


336,876 


(554) 


108.61 


184.57 


32.07 


1,720 


579,361 


574,241 


5,120 


110.00 


188.56 


31.68 


— 


236,846 


238,214 


(1,368) 


109.44 


184.73 


32.39 


— 


716,129 


706,421 


9,708 


102.96 


164.87 


35.15 


— 


1,293,990 


1 ,294,232 


(242) 


102.96 


183.10 


30.16 


544 


490,641 


477,524 


13,117 


104.27 


159.43 


38.16 


— 


40,204,284 


40,097,254 


107,030 


103.06 


184.05 


30.00 


— 


18,860,225 


19,022,240 


(162.015) 


103.07 


182.94 


30.23 


14,721 


3,156,453 


3,166,811 


(10,358) 


104.51 


176.96 


32.24 


— 


77,115 


77,278 


(163) 


109.44 


182.39 


33.00 



see notes on page 61 



64 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 

13.2 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Brighton 

Brock 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burks Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledon 

Caledonia 

Cambridge-North Dumfries 

Campbellford 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 



kW 

4,676.7 
6,593.9 
39,467.4 
1,379.2 
1,134.1 

1 ,840.0 

149,816.4 

783.6 

9,558.9 

3,179.7 

123,063.2 
4,267.5 
4,182.5 
1,435.3 
8,122.3 

3,048.0 

1,299.3 

1,123.4 

4,835.9 

57,725.3 

653.2 
2,904.7 
3,750.5 

881.4 
4,210.2 

1,438.8 
24,957.8 
8,865.3 
2,634.9 
1,181.6 

28,706.1 

826.8 

2,382.8 

1,172.5 

824.4 

1 ,594.6 
698.8 

9,325.0 
528.5 

5,031.8 



kW.h '000 
26,784.5 
37,922.6 
230,278.6 
8,024.6 
7,129.5 

9,395.0 
913.084.8 

4,191.1 
55,125.8 
18,515.3 

696,467.9 

17,909.2 

25,900.1 

8,090.1 

46,582.0 

16,968.6 

7,711.2 

6,172.7 

28,260.8 

336,758.2 

3,575.8 
16,160.7 
20,783.3 

5,016.7 
24,211.7 

8,185.8 
145,686.8 
53,204.6 
15,754.4 

6,786.4 

172,835.4 
4,660.1 
14,312.6 
6,553.6 
4,516.6 

9,160.1 

3,775.1 
51,556.7 
2,850.0 

27,847.5 



$ 
458,459 
646,400 
3,868,986 
135,201 
111,172 

180,373 

14,686,500 

76,816 

937,061 

311,709 

12,063,882 
418,339 
410,013 
140,701 
796,232 

298,793 
127,365 
110,127 
474,067 
5,658,812 

64,031 

284,746 

367,663 

86,407 

412,730 

141,047 
2,446,610 
869,065 
258,297 
115,832 

2,814.057 

81,052 

233,585 

114,940 

80,816 

156,319 
68,503 

914,127 
51,809 

493,271 



$ 

353,557 

500,580 

3,039,679 

105,926 

94,111 

124,014 
12,052,721 
55,324 
727,662 
244,402 

9,193,378 
236,401 
341,883 
106,791 
614,882 

223.987 
101,789 
81,481 

373,043 
4,445,210 

47,202 
213.321 
274,341 

66,222 
319,596 

108,054 
1,923,067 
702,302 
207,958 
89,582 

2,281,429 
61,515 
188,928 
86.509 
59,619 

120,913 
49,831 

680,550 
37.620 

367.587 



$ 

23,056 

32,385 

194,575 

6,620 

5,444 

9.071 

738,548 

3,863 

47,126 

15.676 

606,367 
21,039 
20,620 
6,889 
40.043 

14,630 

6,237 

5,538 

13,946 

284,585 

3,135 
14,321 
18,299 

4,231 
20,756 

7,093 

123,042 

1,152 

12,991 

5,675 

141,521 
3,969 

1 1 ,747 
5.628 
3.957 

7,654 
3,354 

45,972 
2,537 

24.807 



see notes on page 61 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1982 



65 







Total 














Amount 














Charged 












Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 




Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 
















Mills 




$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 




2,605 


837,677 


831,911 


5,766 


103.52 


179.12 


31.27 


2,024 


1,187,652 


1,189,302 


(1,650) 


104.20 


180.11 


31.32 




— 


7,103,240 


7,128,281 


(25,041) 


102.96 


179.98 


30.85 




— 


256,864 


259,144 


(2,280) 


109.44 


186.24 


32.01 




— 


218,223 


218.489 


(266) 


109.44 


192.43 


30.61 







313,458 


313,170 


288 


102.96 


170.36 


33.36 




6,875 


27,487,021 


27.537,855 


(50,834) 


103.02 


183.47 


30.10 




— 


136,003 


134,337 


1,666 


102.96 


173.56 


32.45 




2,544 


1,714,393 


1,713,845 


548 


103.23 


179.35 


31.10 




— 


571,787 


573,229 


(1,442) 


102.96 


179.82 


30.88 




— 


21,880,628 


22,010,945 


(130,317) 


103.10 


177.80 


31.42 




— 


675,779 


687,109 


(11,330) 


102.96 


158.36 


37.73 




2,786 


775,302 


772,893 


2,409 


103.63 


185.37 


29.93 




— 


263,868 


264,279 


(411) 


109.44 


183.84 


32.62 




— 


1,451,157 


1,440,641 


10,516 


102.96 


178.66 


31.15 




_ 


557,557 


555,416 


2,141 


109.44 


182.93 


32.86 




135 


244,114 


245,015 


(901) 


109.54 


187.89 


31.66 




— 


197,146 


197,427 


(281) 


102.96 


175.49 


31.94 




— 


878,027 


875,835 


2,192 


104.42 


181.56 


31.07 




— 


10,388,607 


10,403,419 


(14,812) 


102.96 


179.97 


30.85 




_ 


118,686 


119,665 


(979) 


109.44 


181.70 


33.19 




1,417 


513,805 


515,837 


(2,032) 


103.45 


176.89 


31.79 




— 


669,997 


669,369 


628 


105.49 


178.64 


32.24 




— 


162,686 


163,237 


(551) 


109.44 


184.57 


32.43 




995 


754,077 


757,221 


(3,144) 


103.20 


179.11 


31.15 




_ 


256,194 


254,853 


1,341 


102.96 


178.06 


31.30 




17,843 


4,510,562 


4,536,137 


(25,575) 


103.67 


180.73 


30.96 




— 


1,572,519 


1,575,866 


(3,347) 


98.16 


177.38 


29.56 




— 


479,246 


476,855 


2,391 


102.96 


181.89 


30.42 




— 


218,765 


218,972 


(207) 


109.33 


185.14 


32.24 




3,414 


5,240,421 


5,245,960 


(5,539) 


103.08 


182.55 


30.32 




— 


152,001 


152,695 


(694) 


109.44 


183.84 


32.62 




236 


434,496 


433,564 


932 


103.06 


182.35 


30.36 




— 


214,827 


214,742 


85 


109.44 


183.22 


32.78 




— 


149,841 


150,711 


(870) 


109.44 


181.76 


33.18 




— 


295,426 


296,209 


(783) 


109.44 


185.27 


32.25 




— 


126,307 


125,891 


416 


109.44 


180.75 


33.46 




— 


1,640,649 


1,611,609 


29,040 


102.96 


175.94 


31.82 




— 


95,459 


95,656 


(197) 


109.44 


180.62 


33.49 




168 


885,833 


888,965 


(3,132) 


102.99 


176.05 


31.81 



see notes on page 61 



66 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
13.2 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

East Zorra-Tavistock . 

Eganville 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embrun 

Erie Beach, 

Erieau 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flamborough 

Flesherton 

Forest 

Frankford 

Georgina 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp 

Goderich 

Goulbourne 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 



kW 

3,006.8 
1,182.9 
1,155.5 
4,140.0 
9,262.8 

576.7 

2,519.4 

20,422.2 

6,524.8 

3,161.6 

924.8 

112,188.1 

3,471.4 

1,406.5 

1,899.6 

329.6 

3,276.3 

2,945.8 

181.8 

682.2 

6,177.1 
7,589.9 
6,826.0 
484,466.2 
5,964.8 

3,280.5 

14,739.6 

571.1 

3,388.2 

1,030.5 

4,237.6 
2,180.3 
3,834.6 
2,531.5 
83,020.5 

14,994.5 
3,699.6 
1,735.5 
1,530.0 

538.7 



kW.h '000 
18,624.7 
6,918.8 
6,287.8 
22,635.9 
55,854.1 

2,863.4 
14,398.2 
121,969.8 
38,553.3 
17,789.0 

5,156.4 
717,475.0 
19,137.3 
7,270.3 
11,117.5 

1,832.2 

19,303.5 

16,554.8 

938.0 

3,855.6 

43,677.0 
45,210.5 
39,090.6 
3,031,068.0 
35,345.6 

18,734.0 
85,915.5 

3,123.8 
20,336.1 

5,723.3 

25,063.7 
12,625.1 
22,772.2 
13,733.9 
491,361.0 

89,588.6 

21,117.1 

9,672.3 

8,730.7 

2,360.3 



$ 
294,760 
115,963 

113,270 
405,842 
908,030 

56,537 

246,980 

2,001,991 

639,629 

309,930 

90,661 
10,997,803 
340,299 
137,879 
186,221 

32,308 
321,180 

288,780 
17,825 
66,872 

605,545 
744,037 
669,151 
47,492,225 
584,728 

321,585 

1,444,918 

55,984 

332,141 

101,016 

415,414 
213,733 
375,907 
248,162 
8,138,498 

1,469,911 
362,675 
170,126 
149,986 
52,807 



$ 
245,846 
91,328 
83,000 
298,794 
737,275 

37,797 

190,058 

1,610,001 

508,905 

234,815 

68,066 

9,470,670 

252,612 

95,969 
146,751 

24,185 

254,808 

218,525 

12,382 

50,894 

576,538 
596,779 
515,997 
40,010,099 
466,563 

247,289 
1,134,086 
41,234 
268,437 
75,549 

330,841 
166,653 
300,593 
181,289 
6,485,967 

1,182,571 
278,746 
127,674 
115,245 
31,157 



$ 

14,550 

5,678 

5,546 

20,410 

45,665 

2,768 

12,421 

100,648 

32,167 

15,587 

4,439 
553,087 
17,114 
6,934 
9,118 

1,582 

15,754 

14,140 

873 

3,275 

30,453 
37,419 
33,652 
2,388,419 
29,406 

16,172 
72,666 

2,741 
16,643 

4,946 

20,888 
10,465 
18,905 
12,193 
313,134 

73,923 
17,758 
8,330 
7,543 
2,616 



see notes on page 61 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1982 



67 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


1,814 


570,881 


572,230 


(1,349) 


108.10 


189.86 


30.65 


— 


220,788 


219,591 


1,197 


109.44 


186.65 


31.91 


— 


209,454 


210,759 


(1,305) 


109.44 


181.27 


33.31 


— 


725,046 


729,908 


(4,862) 


102.96 


175.13 


32.03 


1,696 


1 ,692,666 


1,693,307 


(641) 


103.14 


182.74 


30.31 


— 


100,914 


101,551 


(637) 


109.44 


174.98 


35.24 


126 


449,585 


449,538 


47 


103.01 


178.45 


31.22 


— 


3,714,368 


3,725,946 


(11,578) 


103.04 


181.88 


30.45 


3,044 


1,183,745 


1,186,450 


(2,705) 


103.43 


181.42 


30.70 


— 


560,332 


563,561 


(3,229) 


102.96 


177.23 


31.50 


— 


169,279 


169,637 


(358) 


109.44 


183.04 


32.83 


92,068 


21,113,628 


21,199,114 


(85,486) 


103.78 


188.20 


29.43 


1,771 


611,796 


614,285 


(2,489) 


103.47 


176.24 


31.97 


— 


240,782 


239,970 


812 


102.% 


171.19 


33.12 


— 


354,646 


355,239 


(593) 


109.44 


186.69 


31.90 


— 


60,254 


60,032 


222 


109.44 


182.83 


32.89 


726 


612,700 


614,395 


(1,695) 


109.24 


187.01 


31.74 


— 


540,917 


537,050 


3,867 


109.44 


183.62 


32.67 


— 


32,282 


32,951 


(669) 


109.44 


177.54 


34.42 


— 


125,550 


126,269 


(719) 


109.44 


184.05 


32.56 


— 


1,212,536 


1,213,386 


(850) 


102.96 


196.29 


27.76 


3,518 


1,381,753 


1,379,513 


2,240 


103.42 


182.05 


30.56 


200 


1,219,000 


1 ,226,997 


(7,997) 


102.99 


178.58 


31.18 


— 


89,890,743 


90,370,102 


(479,359) 


102.96 


185.55 


29.66 


1,039 


1,081,736 


1,086,277 


(4,541) 


103.13 


181.35 


30.60 


275 


585,321 


584,130 


1,191 


103.04 


178.43 


31.24 


10,417 


2,662,087 


2,681,699 


(19,612) 


103.67 


180.61 


30.98 


— 


103,734 


104,598 


(864) 


109.44 


181.64 


33.21 


— 


620,314 


619,700 


614 


103.85 


183.08 


30.50 


— 


188,323 


190,789 


(2,466) 


109.44 


182.76 


32.90 


1,971 


769,240 


766,410 


2,830 


103.45 


181.53 


30.69 


— 


405,263 


405,475 


(212) 


109.44 


185.88 


32.10 


— 


695,405 


696,387 


(982) 


102.96 


181.35 


30.54 


464 


456,692 


460,060 


(3,368) 


108.79 


180.40 


33.25 


— 


14,967,068 


14,855,048 


112,020 


102.16 


180.28 


30.46 


_ 


2,726,405 


2,730,042 


(3,637) 


102.96 


181.83 


30.43 


— 


683,633 


677,590 


6,043 


109.44 


184.78 


32.37 


206 


317,808 


320,960 


(3,152) 


109.56 


183.13 


32.86 


— 


272,774 


271,905 


869 


102.96 


178.28 


31.24 


— 


88,598 


88,840 


(242) 


106.63 


164.47 


37.54 



see notes on page 61 



68 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 

13.2 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Halton Hills 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kanata 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener-Wilmot.. 
L'orignal 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 
Latchford 

Leamington 

Lincoln 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 



kW 

6.008.1 

6,982.5 

129,346.1 

2,620.2 

45,502.4 

783,731.8 

12,065.5 

2,970.0 

3,937.8 

1,502.8 

1,645.8 
25,682.4 
14,414.7 

2,533.9 
245.9 

6.685.0 

12,335.2 

3,475.0 

1,142.1 

28,160.0 

8,448.0 
4.522.9 

14,794.4 
695.3 

10,682.4 

88,945.7 

6,151.0 

337.8 

227.786.3 

2,612.7 

4,088.8 
1,210.4 
1 ,002.4 
1.199.4 
491.8 

16,966.7 
4,288.5 
24,329.2 
10,074.7 
337,507.7 



kW.h '000 
34,580.8 
40,815.1 

781,006.0 
15,468.9 

273,404.8 

5,304,540.3 
64,711.9 
18,334.0 
19,896.2 
9,018.9 

9,603.8 

149,981.2 

80.186.4 

12,498.2 

1,220.7 

40,343.3 
72,308.3 
20,923.6 
6,727.7 
168,006.1 

49,788.5 
26,171.9 
93,840.1 
3,873.6 
61,091.9 

552,806.7 

35,252.5 

1 ,808.4 

1,398,358.7 

14,700.5 

23,243.5 
6,175.6 
5,837.2 
7,083.1 
2,848.0 

101,595.1 
23,502.5 
147,812.7 
56,777.1 
2,058,809.5 



$ 

588,971 

684,493 

12,679,799 

256,854 

4,460,599 

76,829,234 

1,182,780 

291,149 

386,019 

147,318 

161,338 
2,517,644 
1,413,074 

248,397 
24,103 

655,334 

1,209,218 

340,657 

111,961 

2,760,520 

828,157 
443,378 

1 ,450,295 
68,162 

1 ,047,200 

8,719,347 

602,981 

33,111 

22,329,888 

256,120 

400,825 
1 18,653 
98,265 

117,576 
48,211 

1,663,244 

420,403 

2,384,988 

987,625 

33,085,876 



$ 

456,468 

538,759 

10,309,279 

204,189 

3,608,945 

70,019,933 
854,198 
242,010 
262,630 
119,049 

126,771 

1,979,752 

1 ,058.462 

164,976 

16,113 

532,533 

954,471 

276,193 

88,806 

2,217,682 

657,208 

345,470 

1,238,691 

51,133 

806,413 

7,297,048 

465,334 

23,871 

18,458,335 

194,048 

306,814 
81,519 
77,051 
93,497 

37,594 

1,341,057 
310,234 

1,951,129 

749,459 

27.176,287 



$ 
29,620 
34,322 

622,465 
12,601 

224,182 

3,661,031 
59,218 
14,642 
19,070 

7,213 

8,114 

125,517 

71,065 

12,492 

1,180 

32,957 

60.813 

16,895 

5,482 

109,092 

41,648 

22,298 

1,923 

3,427 

52,665 

438,502 

30,159 

1,621 

149,261 
12,541 

19,626 
5,810 
4,812 
5,757 
2,425 

83,646 
21,143 
119,943 
49,669 
1,663.913 



see notes on page 61 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1982 



69 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


1,180 


1 ,076,239 


1,071,925 


4,314 


103.16 


179.13 


31.12 


843 


1,263,572 


1 ,269,845 


(6,273) 


103.80 


180.96 


30.% 


— 


23,611,543 


23,677,239 


(65,696) 


102.84 


182.55 


30.23 


1,928 


491,658 


494,079 


(2,421) 


109.71 


187.64 


31.78 


— 


8,301,095 


8,324,156 


(23,061) 


103.12 


182.43 


30.36 





150,510,198 


152,331,963 


(1,821,765) 


102.70 


192.04 


28.37 


60,181 


2,169,848 


2,135,790 


34,058 


109.04 


179.84 


33.53 


1,341 


549,142 


552,597 


(3,455) 


103.41 


184.90 


29.95 


268 


685,426 


692,022 


(6,596) 


107.37 


174.06 


34.45 


— 


283,514 


283,398 


116 


109.44 


188.66 


31.44 





296,223 


294,973 


1,250 


102.96 


179.99 


30.84 


673 


4,623,586 


4,569,181 


54,405 


102.94 


180.03 


30.83 


— 


2,542,601 


2,519,526 


23,075 


102.% 


176.39 


31.71 


603 


426,468 


427,417 


(949) 


103.20 


168.31 


34.12 


— 


43,021 


43,396 


(375) 


109.44 


174.97 


35.24 


_ 


1,220,824 


1 ,228,649 


(7,825) 


102.96 


182.62 


30.26 


— 


2,224,502 


2,259,184 


(34,682) 


102.96 


180.34 


30.76 


— 


645,758 


643,307 


2,451 


106.35 


185.83 


30.86 


— 


213,798 


214,687 


(889) 


109.44 


187.20 


31.78 


— 


5,087,294 


5,027,388 


59,906 


101.90 


180.66 


30.28 





1,527,013 


1,514,105 


12,908 


102.96 


180.75 


30.67 


683 


811,829 


805,748 


6,081 


103.11 


179.49 


31.02- 


— 


2,690,909 


2,681,755 


9,154 


98.16 


181.89 


28.68 


— 


122,722 


122,337 


385 


102.96 


176.50 


31.68 


4,306 


1,910,584 


1,921,716 


(11,132) 


103.36 


178.85 


31.27 


_ 


16,454,897 


16,386,155 


68,742 


102.96 


185.00 


29.77 


7,159 


1,114,050 


1.115,789 


(1,739) 


105.47 


181.12 


31.60 


— 


60,836 


59,559 


1,277 


109.44 


180.12 


33.64 


— 


40,969,103 


41,011,177 


(42,074) 


98.82 


179.86 


29.30 


— 


479,979 


477,626 


2,353 


109.44 


183.71 


32.65 


_ 


754,292 


748,259 


6,033 


109.44 


184.48 


32.45 


— 


213,983 


211,691 


2,292 


109.44 


176.79 


34.65 


— 


186,754 


186,645 


109 


109.44 


186.31 


31.99 


1,036 


225,794 


224,228 


1,566 


110.30 


188.26 


31.88 


— 


88,230 


87,267 


963 


102.96 


179.40 


30.98 


_ 


3.087,947 


3,101,240 


(13,293) 


102.96 


182.00 


30.39 


665 


752,445 


750,769 


1,676 


103.12 


175.46 


32.02 


— 


4,456,060 


4,455,979 


81 


102.96 


183.16 


30.15 


987 


1,787,740 


1.791,913 


(4,173) 


103.06 


177.45 


31.49 


— 


61 ,926,076 


62.197,315 


(271,239) 


102.96 


183.48 


30.08 



see notes on page 61 



70 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
13.2 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Lucan 

Lucknow 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

Newmarket 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-On-The-Lake 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 



kW 

2,135.5 
1,704.0 
2,209.4 
322.1 
2,530.3 

120,188.8 

1 ,750.8 

288.3 

1,651.4 

1,260.5 

1,003.4 

6,967.1 

665.6 

1,916.3 

21,952.3 

1,190.1 

1,175.3 

44,061.2 

2,073.4 

528,809.4 

5,374.8 
727.5 
4,029.3 
1,177.6 
5,429.0 

8,056.2 

1 1 1 ,029.4 

552.1 

353.8 

648.6 



23,232.6 
35,886.4 
83,650.0 
4,509.7 

2,853.4 

73,860.7 

764,345.3 

2,800.6 

1 ,624.8 



kW.h '000 
12,330.0 

9,372.5 
12,227.9 

1,756.3 
14,280.4 

710,002.0 
10,484.7 
1,583.1 
9,739.9 

7,226.4 

5,867.4 

40,168.5 

3,701.3 

9,981.3 

128,282.5 

6,799.3 

6,908.8 

279,352.7 

11,095.2 

3,394,763.0 

28,261.6 
3,717.0 

22,887.5 
6,991.7 

30,675.7 

46,659.7 

676,046.0 

2,967.3 

1 ,836.8 

3,569.9 

2,573.6 

135,837.3 

216,295.0 

521,536.4 

27,238.9 

16,744.4 

466,617.2 

4,708,692.9 

16,352.1 

9,592.8 



$ 
209,343 
167,042 
216,591 

31,575 
248,043 

11,782,111 
171,629 
28,257 
161,887 
123,564 

98,366 

682,988 

65,249 

187,858 

2,151,987 

116,664 

115,215 

4,319,323 

203,253 

51,839,183 

526,895 
71,318 
394,991 
115,440 
532,208 

789,745 

10,884,214 

54,125 

34,686 

63,580 

47,064 

2,277,490 

3,517,942 

8,200,205 

442,084 

279,716 

7,240,565 

74,928,770 

274,544 

159,279 



$ 
162,756 
123,718 
161,408 

23,184 
188,503 

9,372,028 
138,398 

20,898 
128,567 

95,388 

77,451 
530,226 

48,857 

131,753 

1 ,693,329 

89,752 

91,196 

3,687,457 

146,458 

44,810,873 

373,054 
49,066 

302,115 
92.292 

404,921 

615,908 

8,923,807 

39,170 

24,246 
47,123 

33,972 

1,793,052 

2,855,095 

6,884,280 

359,553 

221,026 

6,159,347 

62,154.746 

215,849 

126,625 



$ 
10,250 

8,179 
10,752 

1,588 
12,474 

580,589 
8,523 
1,384 
8,142 
6,050 

4,816 

34,348 

3.195 

9,264 

108,225 

5,712 

5,641 

217,222 

9,952 

2,607,030 

25.870 
3.492 

19.354 
5.652 

26.765 

39,494 

365,435 

2,650 

1,698 

3.113 

2,304 

114,348 

176,791 

412,242 

22,183 

13,747 

364,133 

3,322,951 

13,479 

7,799 



see notes on page 61 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1982 



71 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


— 


396,465 


399,849 


(3,384) 


109.44 


185.65 


32.15 


— 


310,202 


311,938 


(1,736) 


109.44 


182.04 


33.10 


— 


395,863 


394,021 


1,842 


106.12 


179.17 


32.37 


— 


56,347 


56,070 


277 


102.96 


174.94 


32.08 


— 


449,020 


449,455 


(435) 


102.96 


177.46 


31.44 





21,734,728 


21,619,093 


115,635 


102.86 


180.84 


30.61 


1,104 


325,173 


323,734 


1,439 


106.68 


185.73 


31.01 


— 


52,445 


52,099 


346 


109.44 


181.94 


33.13 


— 


298,5% 


299,117 


(521) 


102.96 


180.81 


30.66 


— 


233,334 


231,117 


2,217 


109.44 


185.12 


32.29 





187,265 


185,938 


1,327 


109.44 


186.62 


31.92 


7,022 


1,254,584 


1 ,266,940 


(12,356) 


103.97 


180.07 


31.23 


— 


121,701 


122,978 


(1,277) 


109.44 


182.84 


32.88 


— 


338,184 


334,083 


4,101 


107.72 


176.47 


33.88 


213 


3,953,754 


3,963,888 


(10,134) 


102.97 


180.11 


30.82 





219,995 


220,096 


(101) 


109.44 


184.86 


32.36 


— 


219,821 


219,662 


159 


109.44 


187.03 


31.82 


— 


8,224,002 


8,231,371 


(7,369) 


102.96 


186.65 


29.44 


1,909 


375,277 


378,349 


(3,072) 


110.36 


181.00 


33.82 


— 


99,257,086 


99,514,431 


(257,345) 


102.96 


187.70 


29.24 


1,801 


959,556 


964,548 


(4,992) 


109.12 


178.53 


33.95 


— 


128,685 


125,159 


3,526 


109.44 


176.88 


34.62 


477 


742,905 


743,219 


(314) 


109.40 


184.38 


32.46 


" 


221,168 


222,032 


(864) 


109.44 


187.81 


31.63 


" 


963,894 


968,268 


(4,374) 


102.96 


177.54 


31.42 


9,223 


1,465,707 


1,466,931 


(1,224) 


105.48 


181.94 


31.41 


" 


20,178,593 


20,089,500 


89,093 


101.37 


181.74 


29.85 


" 


99,594 


99,696 


(102) 


109.44 


180.38 


33.56 


- 


62,969 


63,163 


(194) 


109.44 


177.96 


34.28 


" 


118,103 


117,752 


351 


109.44 


182.09 


33.08 


- 


86,513 


86,650 


(137) 


109.44 


180.20 


33.62 


3,960 


4,198,402 


4,225,214 


(26,812) 


103.53 


180.71 


30.91 


— 


6,556,422 


6,560,142 


(3,720) 


103.14 


182.70 


30.31 


— 


15,504,468 


15,565,979 


(61,511) 


103.05 


185.35 


29.73 


2,378 


828,753 


834,813 


(6,060) 


104.04 


183.77 


30.43 


— 


530,766 


528,977 


1,789 


108.55 


186.01 


31.70 


- 


13,764,045 


13,759,084 


4,961 


102.96 


186.35 


29.50 


" 


140,406,467 


140,708,346 


(301,879) 


102.38 


183.70 


29.82 


2,107 


522,640 


524,932 


(2,292) 


109.54 


186.62 


31.96 


— 


304,443 


304,450 


(7) 


109.44 


187.37 


31.74 



see notes on page 61 



72 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 

13.2 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palme rston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pelham 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Point Edward... 

Port Burwell 

Port Colbourne . 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll ... 
Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Priceville 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond Hill .. 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 



kW 

163,405.4 

624.6 

1,196.5 

17,610.3 

30,783.3 

206,821.2 

550,958.0 

33,703.1 

1,684.6 

2,437.0 

8,375.6 
2,228.9 

10,458.4 
2,724.7 

18,361.4 

8,252.0 
13,156.1 
96,762.8 

4,867.3 
49,880.1 

6,513.1 

1,441.6 

8,363.4 

582.7 

23,704.8 

3,915.9 
11,522.1 
25,621.8 

2,348.2 
684.1 

2,059.2 
7,130.7 
179.0 
1,615.0 
1,186.8 

11,391.3 

51,233.6 

3,755.8 

1,145.6 

5,267.0 



kW.h '000 

1,109,084.8 

3,528.1 

7,019.9 

108,564.6 

153,911.8 

1,232,548.1 

3,412,724.8 

205,833.4 

9,690.4 

14,163.9 

49,083.8 
12,918.5 
59,336.0 
15,802.2 
89,944.7 

49,387.8 
72,466.7 

585,383.0 
28,375.5 

309,264.1 

38,505.0 
8,064.9 

36,422.0 

3,375.3 

144,749.9 

24,636.7 

68,203.8 

152,595.8 

12,726.8 

3,993.8 

12,629.6 
39,162.4 
904.4 
9,318.0 
6,658.4 

61,631.8 

309.345.8 

21,200.7 

6,143.0 

30,700.2 



16,018,633 

61,227 

117,296 

1 ,726,338 

3,017,687 

20,274,687 

54,010.414 

3,303,913 

165,139 

238,902 

821,060 
218,499 

1,025,234 
267,105 

1,799,967 

808,948 
1,289,695 
9,485,659 

477,138 
4,889,744 

638,481 
141,323 
819,865 

57,125 
2,323,780 

383,875 
1,129,512 
2,511,702 

230,191 
67,064 

201 ,863 
699,022 
17,544 
158,322 
116,343 

1,116,684 

5,022,434 

368,182 

112,303 

516,324 



14,639,919 

46,572 

92,664 

1 ,433,053 

2,031,637 

16,269,635 

45,047,969 

2,717,002 

127,915 

186.965 

647,906 
170,524 
783,237 
208,590 
1,187,270 

651,919 
956,560 

7,727,056 
374,558 

4,082,286 

508,267 
106,458 
480,772 
44,555 
1,910,699 

325,206 

900,290 

2,014,266 

167,994 

52,719 

166,711 
516,945 

11,938 
122,999 

87,891 

813,540 

4,083,365 

279,849 

81 ,088 

405.243 



$ 

805,567 

2,998 

5,743 

86,818 

151,762 

1,019,516 

2,323,726 

166,156 

8,305 

12,015 

41,292 
10,989 
51,560 

13,433 
90,522 

40,683 
64,859 

477,040 
23,986 

245,908 

32,110 

6,920 

40,763 

2,797 
116,816 

19,305 
56,804 
126,316 

11,271 
3,284 

10,152 

35,154 

859 

7,752 
5,851 

56,159 

252,469 

18,516 

5,499 

25,282 



$ 
1,080 
4,129 
7,909 



5,741 



498 



9,529 

23,826 

3,852 

2,460 



15,522 
4,522 



1,183 
10,675 



5,689 



7,572 
34,815 



see notes on page 61 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1982 



73 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


— 


31,465,199 


31 ,629,774 


(164,575) 


102.97 


192.56 


28.37 


— 


114,926 


114,610 


316 


109.44 


184.01 


32.57 


— 


223,612 


224,009 


(397) 


109.44 


186.88 


31.85 


15,810 


3,262,019 


3,261,312 


707 


103.86 


185.23 


30.05 


— 


5,201,086 


5,267,838 


(66,752) 


102.96 


168.96 


33.79 


_ 


37,569,579 


37,759,659 


(190,080) 


102.99 


181.65 


30.48 


— 


101,382,109 


100,709,341 


672,768 


102.25 


184.01 


29.71 


— 


6,187,071 


6,222,245 


(35,174) 


102.96 


183.58 


30.06 


— 


301,359 


301,669 


(310) 


102.96 


178.89 


31.10 


— 


437,882 


436,968 


914 


102.96 


179.68 


30.92 





1,510,258 


1,505,646 


4,612 


102.96 


180.32 


30.77 


288 


400,300 


400,932 


(632) 


103.09 


179.60 


30.99 


764 


1,860,795 


1,854,286 


6,509 


103.03 


177.92 


31.36 


473 


489,601 


490,551 


(950) 


103.13 


179.69 


30.98 


— 


3,077,759 


3,061,717 


16,042 


102.96 


167.62 


34.22 


5,202 


1,506,752 


1,507,307 


(555) 


103.59 


182.59 


30.51 


— 


2,311,114 


2,304,439 


6,675 


102.96 


175.67 


31.89 


— 


17,689,755 


17,690,552 


(797) 


102.96 


182.82 


30.22 


802 


876,982 


882,433 


(5,451) 


103.23 


180.18 


30.91 


— 


9,217,938 


9,234,393 


(16,455) 


102.96 


184.80 


29.81 


383 


1,179,241 


1,177,814 


1,427 


103.02 


181.06 


30.63 


— 


264,230 


262,124 


2,106 


109.44 


183.29 


32.76 


— 


1,365,226 


1,359,493 


5,733 


105.75 


163.24 


37.48 


134 


108,463 


108,920 


(457) 


109.67 


186.13 


32.13 


— 


4,353,755 


4,335,239 


18,516 


103.06 


183.67 


30.08 


4,182 


732,568 


734,628 


(2,060) 


104.03 


187.08 


29.73 


18,515 


2,105,121 


2,118,433 


(13,312) 


104.57 


182.70 


30.87 


7,639 


4,659,923 


4,699,491 


(39,568) 


103.26 


181.87 


30.54 


1,455 


426,433 


428,799 


(2,366) 


110.06 


181.60 


33.51 


— 


127,589 


128,568 


(979) 


109.44 


186.50 


31.95 


3,397 


382,123 


382,929 


(806) 


104.61 


185.57 


30.26 


1.461 


1 ,252,582 


1,245,819 


6,763 


103.16 


175.66 


31.98 




31,524 


31,808 


(284) 


109.44 


176.14 


34.85 


477 


300,225 


294,033 


6,192 


109.73 


185.89 


32.22 


724 


210,809 


210,185 


624 


103.57 


177.63 


31.66 


- 


1,986,383 


1 ,978,767 


7,616 


102.96 


174.38 


32.23 




9,363,957 


9.387,532 


(23,575) 


103.07 


182.77 


30.27 


- 


666,547 


668,616 


(2,069) 


102.96 


177.47 


31.44 


- 


206,462 


208,687 


(2,225) 


109.44 


180.22 


33.61 


- 


981,664 


970,337 


11,327 


109.44 


186.38 


31.98 



see notes on page 61 



74 



Appendix- II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
13.2 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Scugog 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

South Dumfries 

South River 

South- West Oxford.. 

Southampton 

Springfield 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sundridge 

Tara 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 



kW 

1,379.7 

1,072.5 

373.6 

1,689.1 

12,892.2 

101,251.1 

537,116.9 

3,094.7 

6,197.3 

2,981.3 

3,936.2 
22,993.9 

4,527.5 
16,399.8 

1,454.9 

1,547.2 

3,423.8 

5,250.2 

489.2 

232,976.7 

2,578.3 
6,516.3 
38,611.7 
2,966.4 
2,588.5 

47,601.5 
45,727.6 
11,214.7 
7,899.7 
112,834.8 

1,534.4 
1,304.0 
6,989.0 
1,829.4 
3,981.6 

1,382.1 
1,053.9 
2,276.2 
2,654.2 
424.3 



kW.h '000 
8,150.6 
6,071.3 
1,978.7 
9,374.6 
68,226.4 

728,014.3 

3,381,197.4 

18,787.4 

35,958.1 

16,667.0 

23,199.4 
138,981.9 
26,790.7 
90,874.9 
8,665.5 

8,712.8 

22,084.7 

30,948.3 

2,538.7 

1,375,832.7 

13,639.2 
38,395.4 
229,749.0 
17,334.7 
14,715.4 

291,501.0 

263,790.4 

63,541.7 

47,293.4 

716,940.0 

8,693.2 
7,872.6 
39,908.5 
10,843.4 
24,101.3 

7,135.2 
6,214.5 
13,520.3 
15,758.8 
2,251.6 



$ 
135,250 
105,140 
36,624 
165,580 
1,263,825 

9,925,650 

52,653,575 

303,373 

607,523 

292,261 

385,869 
2,254,089 

443,835 
1,607,670 

142,624 

151,672 

335,637 

514,677 

47,956 

22,838,711 

252,754 
638,788 
3,785,108 
290,793 
253,754 

4,666,373 

4,482,680 

1,099,375 

774,410 

11,061,199 

150,417 
127,831 
685,132 
179,334 
390,313 

135,485 
103,314 
223,137 
260,193 
41,591 



$ 

107,588 

80,141 

26,120 

123,746 

900,588 

9,609,790 

44,631,807 

247,995 

474,648 

220,006 

306,233 
1,834,561 

353,637 
1,199,549 

114,385 

115,010 

291,519 

408,518 

33,511 

18,160,992 

180,037 
506,819 
3,032,688 
228,818 
194,245 

3,847,815 

3,482,035 

838,750 

624,274 

9,463,608 

114,750 
103,918 
526,794 
143,134 

318,138 

94,186 
82,031 
178,469 
208,017 
29,722 



$ 

6,623 
5,148 
1,842 
8,108 
63,559 

499,168 

2,647,986 

14,960 

30,553 

14,698 

19,406 

113,360 

21,863 

80,851 

7,050 

7,628 

16,879 

25,884 

2,348 

965,847 

12,711 
32,125 
190,356 
14,625 
12,762 

234,675 

225,437 

55,289 

38,946 

556,276 

7,564 
6,259 

34,456 
8,836 

19,630 

6,634 
5,059 
11,222 
13,085 
2,037 



see notes on page 61 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1982 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


— 


258,581 


261,574 


(2,993) 


109.44 


187.42 


31.73 


— 


197,518 


199,727 


(2,209) 


109.44 


184.16 


32.53 


— 


64,586 


64,475 


111 


102.% 


172.87 


32.64 


— 


308,599 


302,758 


5,841 


109.44 


182.70 


32.92 


— 


2,227,972 


2,252,387 


(24,415) 


102.96 


172.82 


32.66 





20,034,608 


20,119,357 


(84,749) 


102.96 


197.87 


27.52 


— 


99,933,368 


100,086,309 


(152,941) 


102.96 


186.06 


29.56 


1,563 


583,008 


582,480 


528 


108.25 


188.39 


31.03 


828 


1,113,552 


1,114,799 


(1,247) 


103.09 


179.68 


30.97 


978 


527,943 


529,156 


(1,213) 


103.29 


177.08 


31.68 


6,455 


717,963 


722,312 


(4,349) 


104.60 


182.40 


30.95 


17,174 


4,219,184 


4,241,934 


(22,750) 


103.71 


183.49 


30.36 


1,123 


843,732 


842,173 


1,559 


108.25 


186.36 


31.49 


679 


2,888,749 


2,871,795 


16,954 


103.00 


176.15 


31.79 


580 


270,888 


271,437 


(549) 


107.57 


186.19 


31.26 


— 


274,310 


272,804 


1,506 


102.96 


177.29 


31.48 


473 


644,508 


651,010 


(6,502) 


103.10 


188.24 


29.18 


2,363 


951,442 


956,948 


(5,506) 


103.41 


181.22 


30.74 


125 


87,174 


87,809 


(635) 


109.70 


178.20 


34.34 


— 


41,965,550 


42,130,943 


(165,393) 


102.18 


180.13 


30.50 





445,502 


447,495 


(1,993) 


102.96 


172.79 


32.66 


— 


1,177,732 


1,189,273 


(11,541) 


102.96 


180.74 


30.67 


— 


7,008,152 


7,047,230 


(39,078) 


102.96 


181.50 


30.50 


— 


534,236 


535,989 


(1,753) 


102.96 


180.10 


30.82 


— 


460,761 


458,988 


1,773 


102.96 


178.00 


31.31 





8,748,863 


8,751,311 


(2,448) 


102.96 


183.79 


30.01 


— 


8,190,152 


8,227,967 


(37,815) 


102.96 


179.11 


31.05 


7,693 


2,001,107 


2,014,519 


(13,412)~ 


103.65 


178.44 


31.49 


4,183 


1,441,813 


1,433,457 


8,356 


103.49 


182.51 


30.49 


— 


21,081,083 


21,118,842 


(37,759) 


102.% 


186.83 


29.40 


— 


272,731 


271,162 


1,569 


102.96 


177.74 


31.37 


— 


246,627 


244,747 


1,880 


109.44 


189.13 


31.33 


3,723 


1,250,105 


1,255,265 


(5,160) 


103.49 


178.87 


31.32 


— 


340,614 


342,007 


(1,393) 


107.95 


186.19 


31.41 


— 


728,081 


728,087 


(6) 


102.96 


182.86 


30.21 


_ 


245,441 


245,170 


271 


109.44 


177.59 


34.40 


— 


197,370 


197,859 


(489) 


109.44 


187.28 


31.76 


2,514 


415,342 


414,577 


765 


104.06 


182.47 


30.72 


— 


481,295 


483,807 


(2,512) 


102.96 


181.33 


30.54 


26 


76,181 


76,729 


(548) 


109.50 


179.56 


33.83 



see notes on page 61 



76 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
13.2 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage 



Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterford 

Waterloo-Wellesley-Woolwich 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellington 

West Lincoln 

West Lome 

Westminister Twp 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Whitchurch-Stouffville 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodstock 

Woodville 



kW 

653.9 

18,746.8 

171,073.3 

6,685.6 

19,499.6 

1,241,466.8 

2,912.1 

32,250.3 

2,830.7 

4,915.1 

2,604.5 

83,289.0 

1,432.0 

9,395.4 

26,268.6 

473.3 

866.6 

10,700.5 

2,573.7 

117,679.4 

2,125.3 

999.8 

561.2 

61,327.7 

1 ,546.6 

1,489.3 
2,248.0 
2,299.6 
1.153.6 
1 ,939.4 

48,187.1 

8,088.4 

3,389.6 

438.2 

4,957.5 

401.6 

349,878.9 

8,099.3 

45,588.8 

742.9 



kW.h '000 

3,434.9 

123,469.6 

1,082,031.4 

35,335.4 

104,116.2 

7,864,586.8 

16,504.5 

201,266.8 

15,614.4 

26,936.8 

14,636.5 

479,292.2 

8,130.4 

53,303.3 
150,745.5 

2,785.6 
4,968.2 
58,811.6 
14,771.4 
709,543.6 

11,198.1 

5,668.3 

3,189.5 

348,907.9 

8,727.7 

8,063.0 
12,106.4 
12,902.2 

6,691.9 
10,569.7 

298,223.7 
47,917.0 
20,099.0 
2,252.5 
31,217.3 

1 ,939.6 

2,143,423.6 

46,836.8 

262,007.4 

4,269.9 



$ 

64,105 

1,837,748 

16,770.311 

655,393 

1,911,544 

121,700,999 

285,471 

3,161,501 

277,496 

481,828 

255,322 

8,164,824 

140,379 

921,031 

2,575,108 

46,401 

84,948 

1 ,048,973 

252,303 

11,536,108 

208,344 

98,008 

55,014 

6,011,958 

151,611 

146,000 
220,367 
225,431 
113,087 
190,122 

4,723,778 

792,901 

332,279 

42,959 

485,982 

39,372 

34,298,633 

793,970 

4,469,073 

72,824 



$ 

45,342 

1,629,799 

14,282,814 

466,427 

1,374,334 

103,812,546 

217,861 

2,656,722 

206,111 

355,566 

193,202 

6,326,657 

107,323 

703,604 

1,989,841 

36,770 

65,582 

776,314 

194,984 

9,365,977 

147,816 

74,822 

42,101 

4,605,586 

115,206 

106,432 
159,806 
170,310 
88,334 
139,520 

3,936,553 
632,506 
265,307 

29,733 
412,070 

25,604 

28,293,193 

618,247 

3,458,499 

56,364 



$ 

3,139 
92,422 
843,392 
32,926 
95,945 

5.285,034 

14,357 

158.994 

13,955 

24,231 

12,502 

410,400 

6,874 

46,319 
129,504 

2,272 

4,160 

52,655 

12,387 

185,756 

10,448 
4,814 
2,767 
300,727 
7,424 

7,149 
1 1 ,082 
11,162 
5,537 
9,334 

237,562 

39,875 

16,711 

2,103 

24,179 

1,980 

1 ,642,276 

39,930 

224,753 

3,566 



,322 



1,741 
9,577 



17,216 
10,901 
9,466 



3,129 
5,728 
4,965 
15,352 
855 

1,503 
5,861 



10,223 

9,844 

8,908 
7,625 
11,538 



2,897 
13,281 



4,911 



see notes on page 61 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1982 








Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


— 


116,908 


117,083 


(175) 


109.44 


178.78 


34.03 


— 


3,559,969 


3,556,752 


3,217 


102.96 


189.90 


28.83 


— 


31,896,517 


31,832,661 


63,856 


102.96 


186.45 


29.48 


1,200 


1,157,687 


1,160,771 


(3,084) 


103.39 


173.16 


32.76 


4,153 


3,395,553 


3,410,511 


(14,958) 


103.65 


174.13 


32.61 


15,968 


230,814,547 


230,817,717 


(3,170) 


102.30 


185.92 


29.35 


— 


517,689 


518,825 


(1,136) 


102.96 


177.77 


31.37 


— 


5,977,217 


5,998,286 


(21 ,069) 


102.96 


185.34 


29.70 


— 


497,562 


495,481 


2,081 


102.96 


175.77 


31.87 


2,707 


864,332 


862,891 


1,441 


103.51 


175.85 


32.09 


_ 


478,242 


473,966 


4,276 


109.44 


183.62 


32.67 


7,063 


14,919,845 


14,880,011 


39,834 


103.17 


179.13 


31.13 


— 


264,042 


262,365 


1,677 


109.44 


184.39 


32.48 


12,992 


1,683,946 


1,695,679 


(11,733) 


104.34 


179.23 


31.59 


8,303 


4,702,756 


4,753,872 


(51,116) 


103.28 


179.03 


31.20 


— 


88,572 


88,976 


(404) 


109.44 


187.13 


31.80 


— 


160,418 


158,187 


2,231 


109.44 


185.12 


32.29 


— 


1,882,907 


1,889,533 


(6,626) 


103.41 


175.96 


32.02 


1,495 


476,521 


476,434 


87 


109.39 


185.15 


32.26 


— 


21,088,696 


21,127,327 


(38,631) 


99.62 


179.20 


29.72 


72 


368,183 


369,716 


(1,533) 


103.69 


173.24 


32.88 


— 


183,505 


184,573 


(1,068) 


108.71 


183.55 


32.37 


— 


99,882 


97,624 


2,258 


102.96 


177.98 


31.32 


— 


10,918,271 


11,051,858 


(133,587) 


102.93 


178.03 


31.29 


— 


284,464 


283,532 


932 


109.44 


183.93 


32.59 


— 


269,425 


269,024 


401 


109.44 


180.90 


33.41 


— 


391,255 


392,979 


(1,724) 


102.96 


174.05 


32.32 


847 


416,658 


420,102 


(3,444) 


107.13 


181.19 


32.29 




214,583 


214,765 


(182) 


109.44 


186.01 


32.07 




350,514 


353,100 


(2,586) 


108.79 


180.73 


33.16 


- 


8,897,893 


8,874,949 


22,944 


102.96 


184.65 


29.84 


1,814 


1,467,096 


1,463,044 


4,052 


103.18 


181.38 


30.62 


135 


614,432 


616,337 


(1,905) 


103.00 


181.27 


30.57 




77,692 


77,178 


514 


109.44 


177.29 


34.49 


2,448 


937,960 


936,183 


1,777 


106.08 


189.20 


30.05 




66,956 


67,930 


(974) 


102.96 


166.71 


34.52 


— 


64,234,102 


64,636,942 


(402,840) 


102.72 


183.59 


29.97 


— 


1,452,147 


1,461,065 


(8,918) 


102.96 


179.29 


31.00 


— 


8,152,325 


8,203,602 


(51,277) 


102.96 


178.82 


31.11 


— 


137,665 


137,181 


484 


109.44 


185.32 


32.24 



see notes on page 61 



78 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
13.2 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Wyoming 

York 

Zorra 

Zurich 

Total Municipal. 



kW 

1,822.7 

126,972.7 

3,424.4 

1,240.5 

10,834,336.8 



kW.h '000 

10,616.0 

833,437.6 

20,072.2 

7,148.5 

67,021,063.9 



$ 

178,677 

12,447,138 

335,693 

121,609 

1,062,090,044 



$ 

140,133 

11,001,376 

264,953 

94,362 

884,678,077 



$ 

8,749 

625,975 

16,552 

5,954 

49,413,243 



12,048 

16,811 

8,200 

1,581,866 






see notes on page 61 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1982 



79 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Total 
Amount 
Charged 

for 
Primary 

Power 



Amounts 
Billed 



Balance 

(Refunded) 
or Charged 



Demand 
Charge 

(Note 5) 



Total Amount 

Charged for 

Power 



140 



497,091 



$ 

339,747 

24,074,489 

634,009 

230,125 

1,998,260,321 



$ 

342,336 

24,134,578 

634,332 

231,887 

2,002,540,217 



$ 

(2,589) 

(60,089) 

(323) 

(1,762) 

(4,279,896) 



$ per kW 
109.52 
102.96 
107.77 
109.44 
102.78 



$ per kW 
186.40 
189.60 

185.15 
185.51 

184.44 



Mills 
per kW.h 
32.00 
28.89 
31.59 
32.19 
29.82 



see notes on page 61 



80 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1981 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blandford-Blenheim. 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bothwell 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Brighton 

Brock 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 



$ 
144,345.00 
2,650,154.00 
794,830.00 
177,287.00 
779,437.00 

485,207.00 

119,577.00 

1,223,084.00 

562,414.00 

39,773.00 

90,257.00 

1,452,377.00 

350,382.00 

156,264.00 

826,388.00 

1,988,091.00 

32,318.00 

1,181,463.00 

378,611.00 

6,695,405.00 

165,780.00 
124,173.00 
87,656.00 
204,165.00 
382,594.00 

6,889,916.00 
166,480.00 
360,921.00 
620,739.00 
143,800.00 

221,482.00 
278,133.00 
163,996.00 
326,517.00 
660,654.00 

302,906.00 

18,914,531.00 

14,911,055.00 

2,154,610.00 

57,482.00 

504,090.00 
769,459.00 
4,781,848.00 
206,474.00 
203,562.00 



$ 
13,009.00 
344,327.00 
79,154.00 
22,489.00 
75,250.00 

47,900.00 

8,663.00 

140,424.00 

46,819.00 
2,846.00 

5,696.00 

145,417.00 

32,837.00 

13,198.00 

83,651.00 

231,655.00 

2,937.00 

97,690.00 

43,831.00 

729,673.00 

20,026.00 
14,239.00 
10,010.00 
17,615.00 

42,131.00 

668,690.00 
11,721.00 
26,346.00 
57,184.00 
12,077.00 

19,258.00 
32,472.00 
13,550.00 
45,904.00 
74,689.00 

32,525.00 

2,308,591.00 

1 ,089,553.00 

188,505.00 

4,468.00 

49,425.00 
69,686.00 
417,103.00 
14,576.00 
11,985.00 



221,409.00 



970.00 
223,027.00 



290,905.00 



$ 
157,354.00 
3,215,890.00 
873,984.00 
199,776.00 
854,687.00 

534,077.00 
128,240.00 
1,586,535.00 
609,233.00 
42,619.00 

95,953.00 
1,597,794.00 
383,219.00 
169,462.00 
910,039.00 

2,219,746.00 

35,255.00 

1,279,153.00 

422,442.00 

7,715,983.00 

185,806.00 
138,412.00 
97,666.00 
221.780.00 
424,725.00 

7,558,606.00 
178.201.00 
387,267.00 
677,923.00 
155,877.00 

240,740.00 
310,605.00 
177,546.00 
372,421.00 
735,343.00 

335,431.00 

21,223,122.00 

16.000,608.00 

2,343,115.00 

61 ,950.00 

553,515.00 
839,145.00 
5,198,951.00 
221,050.00 
215,547.00 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



81 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1981 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Burks Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledon 

Caledonia 

Cambridge-North Dumfries 

Campbellford 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 



189,390.00 

12,775,807.00 

83,867.00 

674,272.00 

373,538.00 

15,903,155.00 

364,934.00 

472,217.00 

225,671.00 

1,166,660.00 

241.598.00 
172,101.00 
115,822.00 
368,844.00 
7,413,756.00 

84,419.00 
439,401.00 
429,943.00 
125,048.00 
658,590.00 

166,944.00 
3,044,005.00 
776,294.00 
302,116.00 
188,552.00 

2,942,551.00 
135,109.00 
236,838.00 
132,874.00 
93,066.00 

183,035.00 
104,282.00 
848,369.00 
71,456.00 
643,699.00 

347,443.00 
138,308.00 
158,766.00 
567,970.00 
876,559.00 

76,886.00 

259,152.00 

2,704,306.00 

1,087,518.00 

479,505.00 



19,445.00 

1,583,305.00 

8,281.00 

101 ,022.00 

33,604.00 

1,300,569.00 
45,100.00 
44,202.00 
15,168.00 
85,839.00 

32,212.00 
13,731.00 
11,872.00 
51,108.00 
610,059.00 

6,903.00 
30,698.00 
39,637.00 

9,315.00 
44,495.00 

15,206.00 
263,761.00 
93,691.00 
27,846.00 
12,488.00 

303,375.00 
8,738.00 
25,182.00 
12,391.00 
8,713.00 

16,852.00 
7,385.00 

98,549.00 
5,585.00 

53,178.00 

31,777.00 
12,502.00 
12,211.00 
43,753.00 
97,892.00 

6,095.00 

26,626.00 

215,828.00 

68,956.00 

33,413.00 



20,751.00 



$ 

208,835.00 

14,359,112.00 

92,148.00 

775,294.00 

407,142.00 

17,203,724.00 

410,034.00 

516,419.00 

240,839.00 

1,252,499.00 

273,810.00 
185,832.00 
127,694.00 
419,952.00 
8,044,566.00 

91,322.00 
470,099.00 
469,580.00 
134,363.00 
703,085.00 

182,150.00 
3,307,766.00 
869,985.00 
329,962.00 
201 ,040.00 

3,245,926.00 
143,847.00 
262,020.00 
145,265.00 
101,779.00 

199,887.00 
111,667.00 
946,918.00 
77,041.00 
696,877.00 

379,220.00 
150,810.00 
170,977.00 
611,723.00 
974,451.00 

82,981.00 

285,778.00 

2,930,398.00 

1,156,474.00 

512,918.00 



82 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1981 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Dutton 

East York 

East Zorra-Tavistock 

Eganville 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embrun 

Erie Beach 

Erieau 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flamborough 

Flesherton 

Forest 

Frankford 

Georgina 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp 

Goderich 

Goulbourne 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Halton Hills 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Holstein 



161,369.00 
16,357,117.00 
456,217.00 
147,776.00 
232,805.00 

59,910.00 
410,892.00 
237,337.00 

25,828.00 
128,352.00 

318,694.00 
655,112.00 
727,777.00 
52,801,642.00 
760,114.00 

220,993.00 

1,663,185.00 

85,562.00 

450,996.00 

136,036.00 

549,878.00 
224,917.00 
453,416.00 
291,735.00 
5,696,573.00 

1,959,972.00 
293,920.00 
216,242.00 
186,132.00 
66,509.00 

793,046.00 

845,910.00 

14,274,439.00 

608,251.00 

5,143,431.00 

111,788,924.00 

1,511,163.00 

444,584.00 

487,526.00 

158,670.00 

200,299.00 

1,934,780.00 

968,011.00 

308,411.00 

36,279.00 



$ 

9,774.00 
1,185,638.00 
36,687.00 
14,864.00 
20,076.00 

3,483.00 

34,625.00 

31,132.00 

1,922.00 

7,209.00 

65,282.00 
80,212.00 
72,139.00 
5,119,986.00 
63,038.00 

34,669.00 
155,772.00 
6,035.00 
35,807.00 
10,890.00 

44,784.00 
23,042.00 
40,525.00 
26,754.00 
877,386.00 

158,466.00 
39,099.00 
18,341.00 
16,170.00 
5,693.00 

63,495.00 

73,793.00 

1 ,366,969.00 

27,691.00 

480,883.00 

8,282,715.00 

127,512.00 

31,388.00 

41,615.00 

15,882.00 

17,393.00 
271,419.00 
152,339.00 

26,779.00 
2,598.00 



394.00 



3,588.00 



171,143.00 
17,542,755.00 
492,904.00 
162,640.00 
252,881.00 

63,393.00 
445,517.00 
268,469.00 

27,750.00 
135,561.00 

383,976.00 
735,324.00 
799,916.00 
57,921,628.00 
823,152.00 

255,662.00 
1,818,957.00 
91,597.00 
486,803.00 
146,926.00 

594,662.00 
247,959.00 
493,941.00 
318,489.00 
6,573,959.00 

2,118,438.00 
333,019.00 
234,583.00 
202,302.00 
72,202.00 

856,541.00 

919,703.00 

15,641,408.00 

635,942.00 

5,624,314.00 

120,071,639.00 

1,639,069.00 

475,972.00 

529,141.00 

174,552.00 

217,692.00 
2,206,199.00 
1,120,350.00 

338.778.00 
38.877.00 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



83 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1981 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kanata 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener- Wilmot.. 
L'orignal 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 
Latchford 

Leamington 

Lincoln 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 



943,186.00 

1,911,289.00 

398,165.00 

168,331.00 

1,810,652.00 

925,798.00 
564,179.00 

1,137,870.00 
77,542.00 

1,016,291.00 

11,122,622.00 

793.533.00 

39,387.00 

27,812,414.00 
177,115.00 

452,087.00 
132,838.00 
103,787.00 
165,682.00 
50,730.00 

2,118,713.00 

512,143.00 

3,118,194.00 

1,304,883.00 

40,425,660.00 

243,029.00 
278,042.00 
287,718.00 
28,634.00 
266,754.00 

8,199,044.00 
216,385.00 
41,321.00 
151,557.00 
171,421.00 

148,414.00 
933,297.00 
119,122.00 
144,695.00 
3,015,516.00 

137,050.00 

128,930.00 

3,097,726.00 

352,458.00 

40,116,233.00 



70,649.00 
130,362.00 
36,725.00 
12,070.00 
297,603.00 

89,281 .00 
47,799.00 

156,352.00 
7,348.00 

112,895.00 

940,005.00 

65,005.00 

3,570.00 

2,407,314.00 

27,611.00 

43,212.00 
12,792.00 
10,594.00 
12,676.00 
5,197.00 

179,309.00 
45,322.00 
257,118.00 
106,473.00 
3,566,883.00 

22,569.00 
18,008.00 
23,350.00 
3,404.00 
26,741.00 

1,270,192.00 
18,503.00 
3,046.00 
17,452.00 
13,321.00 

10,605.00 

73,631.00 

7,034.00 

20,252.00 

231,999.00 

12,577.00 

12,421.00 

465,652.00 

21,912.00 

5,588,617.00 



119,380.00 



1,013,835.00 

2,041,651.00 

434,890.00 

180,401.00 

2,227,635.00 

1,015,079.00 

611.978.00 

1,294,222.00 

84,890.00 

1,129,186.00 

12,062,627.00 
858,538.00 
42,957.00 

30,219,728.00 
204,726.00 

495,299.00 
145,630.00 
114,381.00 
178,358.00 
55,927.00 

2,298,022.00 

557,465.00 

3,375,312.00 

1,411,356.00 

43,992,543.00 

265,598.00 
296,050.00 
311,068.00 
32,038.00 
293,495.00 

9,469,236.00 
234,888.00 
44,367.00 
169,009.00 
184,742.00 

159,019.00 

1,006,928.00 

126,156.00 

164,947.00 

3,247,515.00 

149,627.00 

141,351.00 

3,563,378.00 

374,370.00 

45,704,850.00 



84 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1981 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Mitchell 

Moore field 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

Newmarket 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-On-The-Lake 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palme rston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pelham 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colbourne 



689,122.00 
84,612.00 
399,854.00 
140,763.00 
672,702.00 

1,074,217.00 

8,827,027.00 

89,894.00 

36,965.00 

70,591.00 

60,883.00 

2,769,858.00 

3,158,816.00 

11,051,473.00 

640,027.00 

423,904.00 

7,923,771.00 

71,215,293.00 

484,875.00 

191,869.00 

15,553,877.00 

129,650.00 

125,970.00 

1,612,602.00 

2,742,452.00 

22,929,980.00 

55.626,122.00 

4,347,936.00 

197,298.00 

419,990.00 

1,299,388.00 
299,368.00 
779,042.00 
314,804.00 

1.234,233.00 

983,185.00 

1,446,756.00 

12,199,580.00 

824.559.00 

3,309,780.00 

1,060,841.00 

131,652.00 

1 ,320,961 .00 

77,137.00 
2.962,816.00 



$ 
56,803.00 
7,689.00 
42,583.00 
12,445.00 
57,376.00 

85,140.00 

1,173,393.00 

5,835.00 

3,739.00 

6,854.00 

5,074.00 

245,529.00 

379,258.00 

884,038.00 

47,660.00 

30,155.00 

780,582.00 

8,077,832.00 

29,598.00 

17,171.00 

1.726.918.00 

6.601.00 

12.645.00 

186.111.00 

325,327.00 

2,185,749.00 

5,822,691.00 

356,184.00 

17,803.00 

25,755.00 

88,516.00 
23.556.00 

110,527.00 
28,796.00 

194,049.00 

87,210.00 

139,038.00 

1,022,619.00 

51,439.00 

527,148.00 

68.833.00 

15,236.00 

88,387.00 

6,158.00 

250,519.00 



244,069.00 



(221,409.00) 



745,925.00 
92,301.00 
442.437.00 
153,208.00 
730,078.00 

1,159,357.00 

10,000.420.00 

95,729.00 

40,704.00 

77,445.00 

65,957.00 

3,015,387.00 

3,538.074.00 

11.935,511.00 

687,687.00 

454,059.00 

8,704,353.00 

79,293,125.00 

514,473.00 

209,040.00 

17,280,795.00 

136,251.00 

138,615.00 

1,798,713.00 

3,067,779.00 

25,115.729.00 

61,448.813.00 

4.704,120.00 

215.101.00 

445,745.00 

1,387,904.00 
322,924.00 

1.133,638.00 
343,600.00 

1,428,282.00 

1.070,395.00 

1.585,794.00 

13,222,199.00 

875.998.00 

3,615.519.00 

1,129,674.00 

146,888.00 

1 .409,348.00 

83,295.00 

3.213.335.00 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 

STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



85 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1981 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Priceville 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Scugog 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

South Dumfries 

South River 

South- West Oxford.. 

Southampton 

Springfield 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 



549,387.00 
913,154.00 
2,615,644.00 
288,116.00 
106,377.00 

389,815.00 

1,022,151.00 

19,686.00 

153,138.00 

178,441.00 

1,104,314.00 

4,031,887.00 

546,908.00 

143,263.00 

405,680.00 

156,813.00 
168,726.00 
51,740.00 
134,876.00 
1,140,297.00 

15,643,850.00 

48,484,745.00 

318,221.00 

586,613.00 

520,668.00 

427,733.00 
2,722,407.00 

511,849.00 
2,216,081.00 

182,824.00 

128,426.00 

608,701.00 

553,702.00 

82,149.00 

27,378,434.00 

244,312.00 

1,490,790.00 

5,740,182.00 

354,696.00 

286,036.00 

4,290,694.00 
6,607,947.00 
1,410,380.00 
758,520.00 
12,542,406.00 



41,384.00 
121,769.00 
270,779.00 

24,816.00 
7,230.00 

21,762.00 
75,359.00 
1,891.00 
17,068.00 
12,543.00 

120,386.00 
541,453.00 
39,693.00 
12,107.00 
55,663.00 

14,581.00 
11,335.00 
3,948.00 
17,851.00 
136,249.00 

1,070,053.00 

5,676,414.00 

32,706.00 

65,495.00 

31,508.00 

41,599.00 
243,006.00 

47,848.00 
173,318.00 

15,376.00 

16,351.00 

36,184.00 

55,486.00 

5,170.00 

2,462,169.00 

27,249.00 
68,866.00 
408,060.00 
31,349.00 
27,356.00 

503,067.00 

483,263.00 

118,520.00 

83,487.00 

1,192.473.00 



— 


590,771.00 


— 


1,034,923.00 


— 


2,886,423.00 


— 


312,932.00 


— 


113,607.00 





411,577.00 


— 


1,097,510.00 


— 


21,577.00 


— 


170,206.00 


— 


190,984.00 


_ 


1,224,700.00 


(41,826.00) 


4,531,514.00 


— 


586,601.00 


— 


155,370.00 


— 


461,343.00 





171,394.00 


— 


180,061.00 


— 


55,688.00 


— 


152,727.00 


— 


1,276,546.00 


_ 


16,713,903.00 


— 


54,161,159.00 


— 


350,927.00 


— 


652,108.00 


— 


552,176.00 





469,332.00 


— 


2,965,413.00 


— 


559,697.00 


— 


2,389,399.00 


— 


198,200.00 


_ 


144,777.00 


— 


644,885.00 


— 


609,188.00 


— 


87,319.00 


— 


29,840,603.00 





271,561.00 


— 


1,559,656.00 


— 


6,148,242.00 


— 


386,045.00 


— 


313,392.00 


378,335.00 


5,172,096.00 


— 


7,091,210.00 


18,126.00 


1,547,026.00 


— 


842,007.00 


76,628.00 


13,811,507.00 



86 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1981 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Sundridge 

Tara 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterford 

Waterloo- Wellesley- Woolwich 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellington 

West Lincoln 

West Lome 

Westminister Twp 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Whitchurch-Stouffville 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 



142,272.00 
169,362.00 
668,123.00 
244,665.00 
384,208.00 

235,944.00 
149,151.00 
204,128.00 
250,481.00 
77,472.00 

60,639.00 

3,011,254.00 

32,950,238.00 

795,263.00 

1,982,742.00 

203,629,373.00 

251,374.00 

4,009,774.00 

367,546.00 

599,248.00 

208,045.00 
5,768,724.00 

159,154.00 
1,053,658.00 
3,678,168.00 

65,042.00 

98,726.00 

1,117,838.00 

412,298.00 

11,671,472.00 

359,020.00 

114,012.00 

51,353.00 

7,907,488.00 

206,544.00 

160,624.00 
336,461.00 
289,667.00 
135,472.00 
272,794.00 

4,588,408.00 
777,717.00 
428,761.00 
74,418.00 
503,582.00 



16,216.00 
13,781.00 
73,862.00 
19,333.00 
42,078.00 

14,606.00 
11,138.00 
24,056.00 
28,051.00 
4,484.00 

6,911.00 

198,122.00 

1,807,954.00 

70,656.00 

206,077.00 

13,120,197.00 

30,776.00 

340,831.00 

29,916.00 

51,944.00 

27,525.00 

880,224.00 

15,134.00 

99,293.00 

277,614.00 

5,002.00 

9,158.00 

113,086.00 

27,200.00 

1,243,671.00 

22,461.00 

10,566.00 

5,931.00 

648,130.00 

16,345.00 

15,740.00 
23,757.00 
24,303.00 
12,192.00 
20,496.00 

509,255.00 

85,480.00 

35,822.00 

4,631.00 

52,392.00 



1,033.00 



36,314.00 



(15,496.00) 



158,488.00 
183,143.00 
741 ,985.00 
263,998.00 
426,286.00 

250,550.00 
160,289.00 
228,184.00 
278,532.00 
81 ,956.00 

67,550.00 

3,209,376.00 

34,758,192.00 

865,919.00 

2,188,819.00 

216,749,570.00 

283,183.00 

4,350,605.00 

397,462.00 

651,192.00 

235,570.00 
6,685,262.00 

174,288.00 
1,152,951.00 
3,955,782.00 

70,044.00 

107,884.00 

1,230,924.00 

439,498.00 

12,915,143.00 

381,481.00 
124,578.00 
57,284.00 
8,540,122.00 
222,889.00 

176,364.00 
360,218.00 
313,970.00 
147,664.00 
293,290.00 

5,097,663.00 

863,197.00 

464,583.00 

79,049.00 

555,974.00 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



87 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1981 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zorra 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities 



$ 

52,441.00 

43,655,948.00 

896,069.00 

6,537,999.00 

89,888.00 

188,063.00 

19,517,485.00 

415,166.00 

163,462.00 

1,265,704,990.00 



$ 

4,245.00 

3,697,626.00 

85,595.00 

481,797.00 

7,851.00 

19,263.00 

1,341,886.00 

36,190.00 

13,110.00 

114,500,544.00 



1,366,462.00 



$ 

56,686.00 

47,353,574.00 

981,664.00 

7,019,796.00 

97,739.00 

207,326.00 

20,859,371.00 

451,356.00 

176,572.00 

1,381,571,996.00 



88 

APPENDIX III -POWER DISTRICT 
RETAIL AND DIRECT CUSTOMERS 

Ontario Hydro provides service to retail and direct customers through the 
Power District operation to customers not served by municipalities or private 
power companies. This operation is viewed as comparable in scope with that of 
a municipal utility. Service to retail customers, including residential, farm, and 
general customers, is administered through 54 Area Offices and service to direct 
customers through the Customer Service Division at head office. The various cl 
asses of service are described below. 

RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

Residential Service 

Residential service is provided to establishments used primarily for living 
accommodation. It embraces two kinds of service — continuous-occupancy service 
and intermittent-occupancy service. 

Residential continuous-occupancy service is provided to dwellings considered 
to be customers' permanent residences. There are two classes of continuous- 
occupancy service for rate purposes — class Rl for service in designated zones of 
high customer concentration where there are at least 100 customers of any class 
in a group with a density of not less than 1 5 customers per kilometre of line and 
class R2 covering service elsewhere. 

Residential intermittent-occupancy service is provided to any self-contained 
residential establishment which is not regarded as the customer's permanent 
residence and is occupied intermittently throughout the year or part of it. As with 
continuous-occupancy service, there are two classes of intermittent-occupancy 
service for rate purposes designated R3 and R4 for zones of high and normal 
customer concentrations respectively. 

Farm Service 

The farm class includes single-phase or three-phase electrical service to the 
farm residence and to all buildings and equipment used in the production and 
processing of farm products. In other words, for purposes of classification, a farm 
is a residence and a business. The business, which is agricultural production on 
a continuing basis, must be carried on at such a level as to ensure that the farm 
is a viable economic unit. 



Retail and Direct Customers 



89 



The term "agricultural production", as used here, includes the work of cultivat- 
ing soil, producing crops and raising livestock, as well as operations in nurseries, 
fur farms, hatcheries and egg production. Properties devoted solely to reforesta- 
tion projects or the raising of Christmas trees, or having extensive acreage but 
not engaged in agricultural production are classified according to their use, but 
not as farms. 

Service may be supplied under one farm service to all separate dwellings located 
on the property and occupied by persons engaged in its operation. Additional 
dwellings occupied by persons otherwise engaged are regarded as residential. 



Retail revenue 



| residential 
HI farm 

[] general (under 5,000 kW) 




million $ 
• 600 



• 500 



400 



• 300 



200 



100 



1972 74 76 78 80 82 



90 Appendix III — Power District 

General Service 

The general class includes services to all community business, processing or 
manufacturing establishments, excluding those that fall within the farm class. 
Customers may receive either single-phase or three-phase electrical service at 
secondary, rural primary, or sub-transmission voltage. 

DIRECT CUSTOMERS 

These customers each have a demand exceeding 5000 kW and are served 
directly under individual contracts with Ontario Hydro. Most are located outside 
the service areas of municipal utilities. Where Ontario Hydro provides service 
to a direct customer located within the distribution area of a municipal utility, 
this is done only with the agreement of the utility. At the end of 1982, Ontario 
Hydro provided primary power to 106 direct customers. 



Primary Line and Number of Customers 

PRIMARY LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1982 



91 



AREAS BY REGIONS 



Primary 
Line 
km 



NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS 



Residential 



Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All-Year 



Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 



Farm 



General 



Niagara Region: 

Beamsville . . . . 

Cayuga 

Dundas 

Guelph 

Listowel 

Simcoe 

TOTAL 

Central Region: 

Bomanville . . . 

Cobourg 

Fenelon Falls . 
Newmarket . . . 
Peterborough . . 

TOTAL 

Western Region 

Beachville . . . . 

Clinton 

East Elgin 

Essex 

Kent 

Lambton 

Strathroy . . . . 

TOTAL 

Eastern Region: 

Arnprior 

Bancroft 

Brockville 

Cobden 

Frankford . . . . 

Kingston 

Perth 

Picton 

Tweed 

Vankleek Hill . 

Winchester . . . 
TOTAL 



1,368 
1,645 
1,029 
1,562 

1,294 

1,462 



13,390 
5,782 

11,586 
5,815 
2,232 

6,978 



785 

2,242 

213 

673 

447 

1,585 



2,939 
2,907 
1,865 
2,573 
3,152 

3,910 



1,446 
895 

1,163 
842 
526 

955 



,360 



45,783 



5,945 



17,346 



5,827 



1,098 


6,746 


1,189 


5,148 


2,038 


8,415 


1,658 


17,720 


2,452 


9,940 



1,144 
1,436 
8,022 
2,364 
6,764 



1,398 
1,506 

2,327 
2,791 
2,388 



690 

681 

1,129 

2,034 

1,384 



8,435 



47,969 



,9,730 



10,410 



5,918 



2,412 


7,271 


2,448 


5,873 


1,388 


6,498 


1,860 


14,232 


2,898 


7,958 


1,946 


12,677 


2,617 


6,579 



115 
2,463 

138 
2,096 
1,317 

1,981 
56 



5,177 
5,559 
3,429 
4,829 
6,455 

3,869 

5,237 



1,256 
1,192 
1,309 
1,767 
1,730 

1,855 
1,251 



5,569 



61,088 



1,166 



34,555 



10,360 



1,089 


6,071 


1,538 


3,560 


1,637 


7,712 


2,531 


12,172 


1,708 


11,114 


2,212 


17,820 


2,981 


7,820 


1,349 


6,825 


2,043 


4,838 


2,075 


8,953 



2,851 



17,460 



1,858 
7,060 
2,472 
3,807 
2,053 

3,959 
6,163 
1,883 
5,953 
1,501 

529 



1,104 
249 
1,938 
1,942 
2,400 

1,974 
2,581 
2,188 
1,272 
3,470 

4,828 



778 

497 

1,052 

1,615 

1,225 

2,234 

1,207 

854 

901 

1,305 

1,943 



22,014 



104,345 



37,238 



23,946 



13,611 



92 



Appendix III — Power District 



PRIMARY LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1982 



AREAS BY REGIONS 



Primary 
Line 
km 



NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS 



Residential 



Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All-Year 



Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 



Farm 



General 



Total 



Georgian Bay Region 

Alliston 

Barrie 

Bracebridge 

Huntsville 

Minden 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Owen Sound 

Parry Sound 

Penetanguishene . . 

Walkerton 

TOTAL 

Northeastern Region: 

Algoma 

Kapuskasing 

Kirkland Lake .... 

Manitoulin 

Matheson 

New Liskeard .... 

North Bay 

Sudbury 

Timmins 

Warren 

TOTAL 

Northwestern Region: 

Dryden 

Fort Frances 

Kenora 

Thunder Bay 

TOTAL 

TOTAL RETAIL . 



1,499 
1,823 
1,789 
1,642 
1,359 

1,856 
1,210 
2,901 

1,624 
1,144 

3,082 



5,099 
13,038 
5,439 
5,035 
3,566 

8,489 
6,639 
8,276 
3,346 
4,886 

6,376 



566 

5,442 
12,882 
7,041 
9,755 

658 
5,907 
9,456 
7,908 
9,668 

3,013 



2,176 

2,419 

134 

190 

199 

2,418 

1,009 

3,836 

98 

590 

6,421 



573 
1,576 
1,122 
1,106 

817 

953 
1,070 

1,522 
803 
846 

1,222 



8,414 
22,475 
19,577 
13,372 
14,337 

12,518 
14,625 
23,090 
12,155 
15,990 

17,032 



9,929 



70,189 



72,296 



19,490 



11,610 



173,585 



942 


9,686 


700 


5,168 


370 


6,017 


1,167 


3,221 


935 


2,401 


1,369 


7,120 


1,613 


6,851 


1,247 


16,496 


709 


16,307 


1,112 


4,019 



991 
704 
613 
1,997 
668 

734 
2,658 
1,613 

482 
2,356 



125 

44 

6 

526 

288 

961 
253 

122 

50 

434 



1,280 
714 
967 

847 
422 

1,481 
1,072 
1,570 
2,380 
632 



12,082 
6,630 
7,603 
6,591 
3,779 

10,296 
10,834 
19,801 
19,219 

7,441 



10,164 



77,286 



2,816 



2,809 



11,365 



104,276 



1,127 

1,202 

846 

2,177 



5,735 
2,151 
2,453 
9,909 



771 

828 

3,046 

2,905 



79 
669 

26 
186 



1,359 
628 
650 

1,927 



7,944 
4,276 
6,175 

14,927 



5,352 



20,248 



7,550 



960 



4,564 



33,322 



),823 



426,908 



163,741 



109,516 



63,255 



763,420 



Electricity Sales, Revenue and Customers 



93 



POWER DISTRICT 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 
















Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use Per 
Customer 


Per 

kW.h 






kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


c 


Residential 


1972 


3,257,764,400 


55,764,529 


330,019 


836 


1.71 


Continuous 


1973 


3,649,132,400 


66,409,901 


358,542 


883 


1.82 


Occupancy 


1974 


4,242,469,500 


83,724,448 


380,431 


957 


1.97 




1975 


4,587,135,500 


101,039,053 


404,009 


975 


2.20 




1976 


5,423,760,600 


131,427,282 


426,437 


1,089 


2.42 




1977 


5,808,048,700 


179,158,470 


452,265 


1,102 


3.08 




1978 


5,904,562,900 


196,936,328 


445,527 


1,126* 


3.34 




1979 


5,892,631,400 


212,747,044 


434,440 


1,132* 


3.61 




1980 


5,888,096,900 


236,879,454 


429,957 


1,135* 


4.02 




1981 


5,808,757,400 


257,530,560** 


422,262 


1,136* 


4.44 




1982 


5,981,830,600 


289,943,576*** 


426,908 


1,174 


4.85 


Residential 


1972 


289,627,100 


10,245,934 


147,600 


165 


3.54 


Intermittent 


1973 


320,235,700 


11,811,664 


153,392 


177 


3.69 


Occupancy 


1974 


368,091,500 


12,869,493 


155,740 


198 


3.50 




1975 


401,813,700 


15,947,325 


158,718 


213 


3.97 




1976 


442,179,300 


18,457,651 


157,976 


233 


4.17 




1977 


442,048,500 


24,236,873 


159,147 


232 


5.48 




1978 


431,715,700 


25,903,387 


160,139 


225* 


6.00 




1979 


453,115,800 


29,259,090 


160,495 


231* 


6.46 




1980 


449,596,600 


32,205,995 


161,355 


232* 


7.16 




1981 


487,495,900 


36,932,597 


163,046 


250* 


7.58 




1982 


508,166,800 


41,015,076 


163,741 


259 


8.07 


Farm 


1972 


1,708,195,100 


30,400,812 


125,356 


1,131 


1.78 




1973 


1,789,115,400 


33,487,121 


124,312 


1,194 


1.87 




1974 


1,896,050,300 


38,980,395 


123,542 


1,275 


2.06 




1975 


1,958,186,300 


43,902,833 


122,554 


1,326 


2.24 




1976 


2,064,034,800 


50,723,625 


120,911 


1,413 


2.46 




1977 


2,097,367,400 


63,345,233 


118,050 


1,463 


3.02 




1978 


2,105,581,500 


67,661,810 


115,019 


1,523* 


3.21 




1979 


2,197,378,300 


75,197,986 


112,786 


1,602* 


3.42 




1980 


2,247,550,700 


83,959,051 


111,462 


1,665* 


3.74 




1981 


2,298,139,200 


94,466,190** 


110,245 


1,728* 


4.11 




1982 


2,322,291,800 


104,503,701*** 


109,516 


1,761 


4.50 


General 


1972 


3,772,699,200 


46,591,949 


55,590 


5,784 


1.23 


Under 5,000 kW . . . 


1973 


4,077,143,700 


55,858,262 


58,721 


5,945 


1.37 




1974 


4,186,079,400 


65,115,067 


60,560 


5,849 


1.56 




1975 


4,053,334,600 


72,390,738 


62,328 


5,497 


1.79 




1976 


4,452,763,600 


87,713,160 


63,632 


5,892 


1.97 




1977 


4,616,130,800 


114,617,731 


65,700 


5,949 


2.48 




1978 


4,428,738,500 


117,593,402 


65,020 


5,738* 


2.66 




1979 


4,407,296,200 


125,603,473 


63,216 


5,668* 


2.85 




1980 


4,281,368,600 


135,648,385 


63,343 


5,559* 


3.17 




1981 


4,125,066,000 


143,739,130 


62,742 


5,453* 


3.48 




1982 


3,989,649,900 


153,564,352 


63,255 


5,277 


3.85 



The monthly use per customer has been adjusted to reflect the transfer of customers to restructured municipal 

utilities. 

Gross revenue prior to application of 1981 Ontario Government Assistance. 

Gross revenue prior to application of Rural Rate Assistance. 



94 



Appendix III — Power District 



POWER DISTRICT 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use Per 
Customer 


Per 

kW.h 






kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 





General 


1972 


13,538,850,802 


94,366,011 


92 


12,263,452 


.70 


Over 5,000 kW 


1973 


14,074,713,154 


108,640,954 


88 


13,032,142 


.77 


(Directs) 


1974 


14,829,333,524 


125,486,334 


92 


13,730,864 


.85 




1975 


12,587,707,832 


125,701,038 


100 


10,926,830 


1.00 




1976 


14,070,761,535 


170,666,087 


102 


11,609,539 


1.21 




1977 


15,187,209,992 


244,981,084 


106 


12,169,239 


1.61 




1978 


14,774,977,578 


245,208 ; 059 


101 


11,896,117 


1.66 




1979 


15,756,928,631 


284,522,703 


104 


12,810,511 


1.81 




1980 


16,431,878,561 


341,177,817 


104 


13,166,569 


2.08 




1981 


17,077,003,922 


390,460,618 


107**** 


13,816,337 


2.29 




1982 


15,118,572,381 


394,746,692 


106 


11,829,869 


2.61 


Street Lighting 


1972 


40,267,000 


563,720 




1.40 






1973 


44,749,000 


626,568 




1.40 






1974 


43,406,400 


678,389 




1.56 






1975 


48,902,200 


824,536 




1.69 






1976 


52,870,300 


959,593 




1.81 






1977 


57,534,400 


1,329,050 




2.31 






1978 


56,075,700 


1,408,620 




2.51 






1979 


60,358,600 


1,553,632 




2.57 






1980 


69,072,300 


1,918,836 




2.78 






1981 


64,038,500 


1,975,497 




3.08 






1982 


65,461,400 


2,210,561 




3.38 





Customers for 1981 should have read 107 in the previous yearbook. 



95 

SUPPLEMENT 

Municipal Electric Service 

The 324 municipal electric utilities, collectively, are the major distributors of 
power to the ultimate retail customers. Some appreciation of their combined 
operations and growth can be gained from the following statistics: 

Increase 
1982 1981 % 

Plant & Facilities (at cost) 

(Millions of dollars) 2,234.6 2,033.2 9.9 

Customers (000's) 2,240.5 2,208.8 1.4 

Energy Supplied 

(Millions of kW.h) 64,983.9 64,468.8 0.8 

Annual 

kW.h per customer 29,004.0 29,510.0 (1.7) 

Number of Utilities 324 324 

The increase in energy use of 0.8% compares with 3.2% in 1981; the overall 
increase in revenue from the sale of power and energy was $25 1 .2 million or 1 1 .9% 
over that received in 198 1 . Revenue from other sources decreased by $3.2 million 
or 4.1% primarily due to a decrease in interest received on short-term investment 
of temporarily surplus funds. The revenue for each class of service for the years 
1982 and 1981 is compared below: 

Increase 
Class of Service 1982 1981 % 

($000,000) ($000,000) 

Residential 771.3 684.1 12.7 

General (inc. commercial) 

& industrial 1,571.3 1,409.5 11.5 

Streetlighting 22.6 20.4 10.8 

Total Service Revenue 2,365.2 2,114.0 11.9 

Other Revenue 74.3 77.5 (4.1) 

Total Revenue 2,439.5 2,191.5 11.3 



$000,000 % 



96 Municipal Electrical Utilities 

A comparison of the various elements of cost are shown below: 

1982 1981 Increase 

$000,000 %of $000,000 %of 
Total Total 

Cost of Power $1,997 85.3 $1,813 85.5 

Operation & Maintenance 124 5.3 113 5.3 
Billing, Collecting 

Administration 120 5.1 102 4.8 

Depreciation 77 3.3 71 3.4 

Interest 24 L0 21 L0 

Total $2,342 100.0 $2,120 100.0 $222 10.5 



$184 


10.1 


11 


9.7 


18 


17.6 


6 


8.5 


3 


14.3 



Municipal electrical utilities revenue 



I residential 
H] genera 
1 street lighting and other 




1,000 



Electricity Sales, Revenue and Customers 



97 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use Per 
Customer 


Per 

kW.h 






kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


c 


Residential 


1972 


13,775,879,806 


198,268,553 


1,613,112 


718 


1.44 




1973 


14,263,163,142 


219,290,605 


1,627,774 


734 


1.54 




1974 


14,811,689,136 


241,837,888 


1,654,065 


752 


1.63 




1975 


15,394,846,066 


278,928,028 


1,676,629 


770 


1.81 




1976 


16,152,623,151 


340,934,916 


1,712,511 


794 


2.11 




1977 


16,383,587,605 


431,271,516 


1,746,882 


789 


2.63 




1978 


17,025,577,108 


474,034,772 


1,805,209 


799 


2.78 




1979 


17,565,667,706 


528,959,296 


1,854,535 


800 


3.01 




1980 


17,932,123,332 


605,536,287 


1,901,896 


796 


3.38 




1981 


18,438,609,678 


684,068,885 


1,942,956 


799 


3.71 




1982 


18,886,891,334 


771,290,930 


1,968,557 


805 


4.08 


General 


1972 


30,154,315,895 


352,286,480 


208,683 


12,215 


1.17 


Under 5000 kW . . . 


1973 


24,877,819,000 


332,244,000 


214,088 


9,807 


1.34 




1974 


26,553,482,874 


375,188,169 


218,295 


10,235 


1.41 




1975 


28,125,360,657 


440,727,306 


222,662 


10,630 


1.57 




1976 


29,724,507,257 


544,773,996 


228,477 


10,981 


1.83 




1977 


30,130,253,795 


699,079,328 


232,497 


10,894 


2.32 




1978 


31,645,398,787 


762,983,114 


241,623 


11,124 


2.41 




1979 


33,096,418,309 


866,465,702 


252,051 


11,174 


2.62 




1980 


34,187,505,625 


1,007,242,380 


258,506 


11,160 


2.95 




1981 


35,697,764,317 


1,156,576,203 


265,746 


11,349 


3.24 




1982 


35,896,905,250 


1,288,862,632 


271,864 


11,129 


3.59 


General 


1973 


8,180,673,000 


79,720,000 


96 


7,101,279 


0.97 


Over 5000 kW 


1974 


8,343,998,594 


87,017,570 


101 


7,059,220 


1.04 




1975 


8,436,625,506 


99,672,120 


101 


6,960,912 


1.18 




1976 


9,134,224,598 


130,508,806 


112 


7,147,281 


1.43 




1977 


9,594,367,883 


178,935,412 


115 


7,011,283 


1.87 




1978 


9,853,962,963 


190,760,474 


120 


6,988,626 


1.94 




1979 


10,254,591,261 


216,438,880 


119 


7,151,040 


2.11 




1980 


9,678,747,332 


231,026,403 


122 


6,693,463 


2.39 




1981 


9,667,130,048 


252,980,769 


118 


6,713,285 


2.62 




1982 


9,532,967,341 


282,432,162 


120 


6,675,747 


2.96 


Street Lighting 


1972 


482,795,970 


6,040,001 






1.25 




1973 


507,749,701 


6,741,395 






1.33 




1974 


528,418,006 


7,376,508 






1.40 




1975 


586,670,947 


8,439,527 






1.44 




1976 


608,288,454 


10,490,524 






1.72 




1977 


617,494,280 


13,429,128 






2.17 




1978 


630,757,605 


14,305,257 






2.27 




1979 


647,160,888 


15,894,416 






2.46 




1980 


657,393,343 


18,266,009 






2.78 




1981 


665,282,032 


20,404,086 






3.07 




1982 


667,153,365 


22,629,985 






3.39 



Notes: 

1 . Estimated energy use for flat-rate services are included in class totals. 

2. General under 5,000 kW prior to 1973 contains all General. 

3. Monthly use of kilowatt-hours per customer is calculated by dividing the average of the customers served at 
the end of the current and previous year's into the current year's kW.h sales. 



98 Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Net Income was $1 14.7 million compared to $72.3 million in 1981. Of this, $14.7 
million was appropriated for the retirement of debt and $100 million was credited 
as accumulated Net Income. 

The sources of funds for the municipal electric utilities totalled $286.5 million 
comprised of $197.6 million from operations, $39.3 million from borrowing and 
$3 1 .6 million through contributions in aid of construction. Additions to fixed 
assets amounted to $209.1 million, the redemption of debt amounted to $18.4 
million and the net reduction in other non-current balance sheet accounts was 
$7.8 million; working capital increased by $33.2 million. 

The total assets of the 324 municipal electrical utilities at December 31, 1982 
amounted to $3,356 million after deducting accumulated depreciation of $689.1 
million. Included in these assets is the equity of the utilities in the assets of Ontario 
Hydro in the amount of $ 1 ,279 million or 38% of their total assets. This represents 
the accumulation of charges in the cost of power for the repayment of Ontario 
Hydro's long-term debt. These amounts would correspond to those reported in 
the Statement of Accumulated Equities if these were available when the utilities 
close their books. As this is not possible, the equities stated, with a few exceptions, 
are those at the end of 1981 rather than 1982. 

The books of account, from which the foregoing information is derived, are 
kept by the utilities in accordance with a standard accounting system designed 
by Ontario Hydro for use by all municipal electrical utilities. These records are 
periodically inspected by the Corporation's municipal accountants. From time 
to time, adjustments and improvements in accounting procedures and office 
routine are recommended. By providing this type of assistance and supervision, 
Ontario Hydro seeks to ensure the correct application of rates and standard 
procedures and the observance of a uniform classification of revenues and expend- 
itures. The work performed by the Corporation's municipal accountants does not, 
however, constitute an audit of their account; that function is performed by the 
duly appointed auditor of each municipality. 



UTILITY CHANGES - 1982 
NIL 



100 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Ailsa Craig 


Ajax 


Alexandria 


Alfred 


Alliston 




293 


8,113 


1,524 


452 


1,843 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


182,461 


6,567,039 


1,002,629 


252,015 


957,202 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


53,050 


1,899,020 


450,558 


112,867 


401 ,591 


Net fixed assets 


129,411 


4,668,019 


552,071 


139,148 


555,611 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


43,012 


300,022 


52,578 


65,828 


67,854 


Investments 




800,000 


3,000 


8,374 


300,000 




2,394 


139,114 


50,126 


7,687 


23,251 


Inventory 




297,440 


69,556 


3,922 


42,303 


Other 


— 


18,524 


52 


— 


3,167 


Total Current Assets 


45,406 


1,555,100 


175,312 


85,811 


436,575 


OTHER ASSETS 




359,555 


2,128 






EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


144,345 


2,871,563 


794,830 


177,287 


779,437 




TOTAL ASSETS 


319,162 


9,454,237 


1,524,341 


402,246 


1,771,623 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


995,836 


43,355 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


995,836 


43,355 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


48,395 


8,131 


— 


— 


Total 


— 


947,441 


35,224 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


22,301 


715,817 


141,399 


38,184 


151,848 


Other Liabilities 


720 


483,242 


42,135 


5,730 


27,073 


Total 


23,021 


1,199,059 


183.534 


43,914 


178,921 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


213 


283,599 


1,700 


4,468 


11,071 




61 


13,326 


171 


331 


517 






152 


270,273 


1,529 


4,137 


10,554 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


151,644 


4,165,901 


509,224 


176,908 


802,711 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


144,345 


2,871,563 


794,830 


177,287 


779,437 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


319,162 


9,454,237 


1,524,341 


402,246 


1,771,623 



Statements B and C 



101 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 





Ailsa Craig 
293 


Ajax 
8,113 


Alexandria 

1,524 


Alfred 

452 


Alliston 
1,843 






B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
6,883 

1 1 .297 


$ 
784,893 

1,214,160 


$ 
96,022 

15.360 


$ 
37,481 

1 1 ,969 


$ 
29.990 

113,415 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


18,180 
133,464 


1 ,999,053 
2.166,848 


1 1 1 ,382 
397,842 


49,450 
127,458 


143,405 
659.306 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


151,644 


4,165,901 


509,224 


176,908 


802,711 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


250,275 
8,005 


6,993,875 
237,895 


1 ,499,079 
10,550' 


443,666 
4,808 


1,451.328 
73,539 


TOTAL REVENUE 


258,280 


7,231,770 


1,509,629 


448,474 


1 ,524,867 




EXPENSE 


223,388 

3,769 
6,818 
2,830 
7,050 


5,931,970 

212,064 
181,973 
140,754 
261 .782 
115,162 


1,310,439 

55,116 
27,104 
52,130 

34,273 
8.251 


378,270 

7,169 
7.552 
15,914 
10.341 


1 ,288,647 

68.984 
43.692 
44,988 
35,137 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


243,855 


6,843,705 


1,487,313 


419.246 


1,481.448 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


14,425 


388,065 


22,316 


29,228 


43,419 




NET INCOME 


14.425 


388,065 


22,316 


29,228 


43.419 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


14,425 


50,051 
338,014 


7.920 
14,396 


29.228 


43.419 


Net Income 


14,425 


388,065 


22.316 


29,228 


43,419 



102 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Almonte 


Alvinston 


Amherstburg 


Ancaster 


Apple Hill 




1,518 


362 


2,751 


1,446 


120 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


1 ,291 ,037 


208,318 


1,901,248 


1,217,311 


41,144 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


491,078 


96,190 


641 ,340 


345,996 


25,591 


Net fixed assets 


799,959 


112,128 


1,259,908 


871,315 


15,553 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


138,214 


23,213 


119,626 


194,310 


16,512 


Investments 


— 


— 


289,000 


— 


— 




24,116 


7,493 


31,386 


5,742 


4,968 


Inventory 


45,792 


1,131 


59,710 


519 


— 


Other 


322 


— 


— 


13,882 


— 


Total Current Assets 


208,444 


31,837 


499,722 


214,453 


21 ,480 


OTHER ASSETS 


7,000 




55,624 


5,000 




EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


485,207 


119,577 


1,223,084 


562,414 


39,773 




TOTAL ASSETS. .. 


1,500,610 


263,542 


3,038,338 


1,653,182 


76,806 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


494,448 


105,000 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


494,448 


105,000 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


24,868 


6,000 


— 


Total 


— 


— 


469,580 


99,000 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


72,693 


19,959 


413,700 


105,986 


4,883 


Other Liabilities 


20,744 


304 


19.083 


14,311 


— 


Total 


93,437 


20,263 


432,783 


120,297 


4,883 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


2,623 


17,000 


22,687 


170,734 


— 


Less Amortization 


297 


1,551 


1,201 


9,212 


— 




2,326 


15,449 


21,486 


161,522 


— 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


919,640 


108,253 


891 ,405 


709,949 


32,150 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


485,207 


119,577 


1 ,223,084 


562,414 


39,773 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


1,500,610 


263,542 


3,038,338 


1,653,182 


76,806 



Statements B and C 



103 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Almonte 

1,518 


Alvinston 
362 


Amherstburg 
2,751 


Ancaster 

1,446 


Apple Hill 
120 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
72,000 

40,818 


$ 
23,529 

13,792 


$ 
100,042 

99,742 


$ 
156,876 

296.080 


$ 
5,080 

698 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


112.818 

806,822 


37.321 
70,932 


199,784 
691,621 


452,956 
256,993 


5,778 
26.372 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


919,640 


108,253 


891,405 


709,949 


32,150 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1 ,026,562 
26.948 


179.086 

4.424 


2.623,428 
87,001 


986.708 
34,404 


61.983 

876 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,053,510 


183.510 


2.710,429 


1,021.112 


62.859 




EXPENSE 


770,750 
50,503 
48.895 
53,161 
34.556 
42,727 
64 


149.599 

2,592 
8,275 
5,768 
8,346 


2.409.293 

92,820 
51,758 
143,180 
62,161 
54,082 


795.433 

51,540 
44,689 
77,301 
39,765 
12,079 


47,777 

479 
1,861 

579 
1,604 






Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1 .000.656 


174,580 


2.813,294 


1 ,020,807 


52,300 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual I terns 


52,854 
1,712 


8,930 


(102,865) 
79,447 


305 


10,559 




NET INCOME 


51,142 


8,930 


(182.312) 


305 


10,559 


Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


51,142 


8,930 


23,023 

(205,335) 


5,000 
(4,695) 


10.559 




51.142 


8,930 


(182,312) 


305 


10,559 





104 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Arkona 


Arnprior 


Arthur 


Athens 


Atikokan Twp. 


Number of Customers 


213 


2,547 


757 


440 


1,980 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




82,020 


1 ,752,277 


480,757 


234,367 


1,511,356 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


54,613 


707.989 


188,856 


85,748 


711,885 


Net fixed assets 


27,407 


1 ,044,288 


291 .901 


148,619 


799,471 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


20,412 


296,742 


52.112 


17,489 


35,987 


Investments 


— 


47,500 


41.665 


— 


200,000 


Accounts Receivable 


4,759 


47,998 


41,991 


47,173 


26,551 


Inventory 


— 


35,953 


7.967 


3,565 


40,444 


Other 


— 


571 


5,538 


— 


6,799 


Total Current Assets 


25,171 


428,764 


149.273 


68,227 


309.781 


OTHER ASSETS 




1,616 






17,611 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


90,257 


1.452.377 


350,382 


156,264 


826,388 


TOTAL ASSETS 


142,835 


2,927,045 


791,556 


373,110 


1,953,251 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


69,000 


76.500 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


69,000 


76.500 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


2.000 


3,500 


— 


— 


Total 


— 


67,000 


73,000 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


8,840 


264.122 


59.206 


25.573 


176,099 


Other Liabilities 


150 


30,700 


6.436 


668 


78,303 


Total 


8,990 


294,822 


65.642 


26.241 


254,402 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


— 


10,521 


276 


— 


175,170 




— 


592 


23 


— 


14,786 






_ 


9,929 


253 


— 


160.384 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


43,588 


1,102,917 


302,279 


190,605 


712.077 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


90,257 


1 .452.377 


350,382 


156,264 


826,388 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


142,835 


2,927,045 


791,556 


373,110 


1,953,251 



Statements B and C 



105 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 





Arkona 
213 


Amprior 

2,547 


Arthur 

757 


Athens 
440 


Atikokan Twp. 
1.980 


Number of Customers 


B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
13,113 

512 


$ 
152.087 

55,356 


$ 
71.185 

7,242 


$ 
22,988 

1.858 


$ 
400.000 

138,338 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


13,625 
29,963 


207,443 
895,474 


78,427 
223,852 


24,846 
165,759 


538.338 
173,739 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


43,588 


1,102,917 


302,279 


190,605 


712,077 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


97,187 
5,006 


2,925,870 
76,564 


662,240 
17,214 


279,815 
2,308 


1,699,048 
67,112 


TOTAL REVENUE 


102,193 


3,002,434 


679,454 


282.123 


1.766,160 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 


98,608 

2,225 
3,389 
1,344 
3,837 


2,557,069 

69,565 
127,560 
51,718 
68,994 
9,692 


567.084 

27,059 
20,870 

5,630 
17,642 

8.486 


225,609 

6,925 
7,079 
12,426 
9.985 
1,430 


1 .492,037 

128,992 
93,537 

107.327 

54,121 

1,824 


Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


109,403 


2,884,598 


646,771 


263,454 


1 ,877,838 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(7,210) 


117,836 

7,947 


32,683 


18,669 
(36,883) 


(111,678) 




NET INCOME 


(7,210) 


109,889 


32,683 


55.552 


(111.678) 






(7,210) 


2,000 
107,889 


8,500 
24,183 


10,000 
45,552 


(111,678) 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


(7,210) 


109,889 


32,683 


55,552 


(111,678) 



106 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Aurora 


Avonmore 


Aylmer 


Bancroft 


Barrie 


Number of Customers 


5,507 


126 


2,096 


1,022 


16,235 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




4,457,355 


81,105 


1,168,699 


1 ,006,946 


14,831,001 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


1,043,217 


40,320 


600,421 


443,707 


4,296,296 


Net fixed assets 


3,414,138 


40,785 


568,278 


563,239 


10,534,705 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


350 


2.166 


178,835 


45,619 


2,619,856 


Investments 






150,000 






Accounts Receivable 


108,718 


493 


43,677 


70,858 


667,012 


Inventory 


167,989 


676 


50,437 


24,420 


977,155 


Other 


1,064 


— 


— 


— 


7,787 


Total Current Assets 


278,121 


3,335 


422,949 


140,897 


4,271,810 


OTHER ASSETS 


15,400 


930 




20,264 


123,891 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1 ,988,091 


32,318 


1,181,463 


378,611 


6,695,405 




TOTAL ASSETS 


5,695,750 


77,368 


2,172,690 


1,103,011 


21,625,811 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


507,739 


4,500 


38,500 


20,264 


1,150,832 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




507,739 


4,500 


38,500 


20,264 


1,150,832 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


107,500 


500 


2,750 


1,073 


330,051 


Total 


400,239 


4,000 


35,750 


19,191 


820,781 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


545,169 


5,871 


197,957 


89,442 


2,201,548 




48,400 


350 


— 


5,739 


123,095 


Total 


593,569 


6,221 


197,957 


95,181 


2,324,643 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


39,279 


129 


22,504 


22,546 


808,776 




4,201 


129 


1,797 


1,649 


37,714 






35,078 


— 


20,707 


20,897 


771 ,062 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


2,678,773 


34,829 


736,813 


589,131 


11,013,920 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1,988,091 


32,318 


1,181,463 


378,611 


6,695,405 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


5,695,750 


77,368 


2,172,690 


1,103,011 


21,625,811 



Statements B and C 



107 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Aurora 
5,507 


Avonmore 
126 


Aylmer 
2,096 


Bancroft 

1,022 


Barrie 
16,235 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
230,338 

1,064,644 


.$ 
17,390 

4,238 


$ 
140,568 

78,534 


$ 
131,497 

57,504 


$ 
829,252 

3,573.120 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


1 ,294,982 
1,383,791 


21,628 
13,201 


219,102 
517,711 


189,001 
400,130 


4,402,372 
6,611,548 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


2,678,773 


34,829 


736,813 


589,131 


11,013,920 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


4,808,505 
143,333 


62,003 
1,762 


1,910,184 
43,752 


916,820 
22,000 


14,884,245 
535,674 


TOTAL REVENUE 


4,951,838 


63,765 


1,953,936 


938,820 


15,419,919 




EXPENSE 


3,973,405 

440,010 
1 1 1 ,747 

74,838 
155,291 

33,426 


51,381 

3,445 
3,449 
3,723 
3,447 
431 


1,647,755 

98,515 
33,977 
59,598 
41,487 
4,511 


693,686 
26,688 
44,038 
32,226 
44,121 
32.427 
11 


12,401,869 

776,998 
390,480 
372,105 
543,726 
107,301 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


4,788,717 


65,876 


1,885,843 


873,197 


14,592,479 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


163,121 


(2,111) 


68,093 


65,623 


827,440 




NET INCOME 


163,121 


(2,111) 


68,093 


65,623 


827,440 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


6,990 
156,131 


500 
(2,611) 


2,750 
65,343 


65,623 


88,774 
738,666 




163,121 


(2,111) 


68,093 


65,623 


827,440 





108 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Barry's Bay 


Bath 


Beachburg 


Beeton 


Belle River 




541 


436 


314 


693 


1,345 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


256,600 


247,518 


174,935 


478,295 


898,474 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


105,574 


109,509 


79,729 


121,504 


251,009 




151,026 


138,009 


95,206 


356,791 


647 465 


CURRENT ASSETS 














15,355 


22,488 


20 486 


33 638 


81 996 


Investments 




15,000 






2,000 


Accounts Receivable 


8,597 


8,748 


4,170 


3,896 


28,620 


Inventory 


10,654 


4,485 


1,894 


16,953 


28,270 


Other 


— 


1,150 


— 


208 


— 




34,606 


51,871 


26,550 


54,695 


140 886 


OTHER ASSETS 








1,725 




EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


165,780 


124,173 


87,656 


204,165 


382,594 




TOTAL ASSETS 


351,412 


314,053 


209,412 


617,376 


1,170,945 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


16,000 


— 


5,000 


— 


4,400 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




16,000 


— 


5,000 


— 


4,400 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


3,000 


— 


1,000 


— 


4,400 


Total 


13,000 


— 


4,000 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


5,176 


25,103 


18,793 


31,864 


95,406 




2,396 


1,175 


— 


4,959 


4,453 




Total 


7,572 


26,278 


18,793 


36,823 


99,859 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


— 


19,528 


650 


122,667 


1,461 




— 


784 


31 


12,216 


73 






— 


18,744 


619 


110,451 


1,388 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


165,060 


144,858 


98,344 


265,937 


687,104 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


165,780 


124,173 


87,656 


204,165 


382,594 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


351,412 


314,053 


209,412 


617,376 


1,170,945 



Statements B and C 



109 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Barry's Bay 

541 


Bath 
436 


Beachburg 

314 


Beeton 
693 


Belle River 

1,345 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
35,773 

3,903 


$ 
17,500 

19,679 


$ 
55,608 

11,615 


$ 
13,610 

1,224 


$ 
83,726 

222,757 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


39,676 
125,384 


37,179 
107,679 


67,223 
31,121 


14,834 
251,103 


306,483 
380,621 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


165,060 


144,858 


98,344 


265,937 


687,104 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


393,632 
7,397 


275,994 
10,673 


205,312 
3,593 


379,658 
12,375 


866,454 
20,273 


TOTAL REVENUE 


401 ,029 


286,667 


208,905 


392,033 


886,727 




EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


339,442 

7,110 
21,161 

9,152 
10,884 

1,835 


240,638 

8,606 
13,484 

9,987 
10,207 


163,634 

5,280 
6,809 
6,265 

7,476 
609 


310,673 

28,385 

20,111 

8,668 

13,177 


727,357 

86,199 
27,530 
25,019 
32,422 
709 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


389,584 


282,922 


190,073 


381,014 


899,236 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


11,445 


3,745 


18,832 
(78) 


11,019 


(12,509) 




NET INCOME 


11,445 


3,745 


18,910 


11,019 


(12,509) 






2,000 
9,445 


3,745 


1,000 
17,910 


11,019 


4,300 
(16,809) 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




11,445 


3,745 


18,910 


11,019 


(12,509) 





110 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Belleville 

13,449 


Belmont 

327 


Blandford 

Blenheim 

650 


Blenheim 
1,561 


Bloomfield 

337 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
12,463,597 
4,514,443 


$ 
339,741 
86,213 


$ 
311,293 
128,644 


$ 
1,017,228 
461,035 


$ 
144,569 
80,183 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


7,949,154 

1,236,348 
150,000 
525,119 
624,901 


253,528 

42,841 
6,001 
5,223 
5,546 
1,223 


182,649 

30 
2,500 
7,215 

392 


556,193 

63,899 

130,000 

27,201 

5,172 


64,386 

100 

3,000 

4,880 

4,011 

66 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




2,536,368 

276,327 

6,889,916 


60,834 

638 

166,480 


10,137 
360,921 


226,272 
620,739 


12,057 
143,800 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL ASSETS 


17,651,765 


481,480 


553,707 


1,403,204 


220,243 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


1,800,455 


22,219 


11,000 


- 


5,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenture rs 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


1 ,800,455 
150,473 


22,219 
10,406 


11,000 
1,000 


— 


5,000 
1,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


1,649,982 

1,542,159 
115,694 


11,813 

40,160 
1,371 


10,000 
40,644 


130,341 
63,320 


4,000 

4,103 
1,505 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


1,657,853 

211,063 
15,945 


41,531 

9,966 

707 


40,644 

5,322 
333 


193,661 

2,170 
160 


5,608 

1,366 
165 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


195,118 

7,258,8% 
6,889,916 


9,259 

252,397 
166,480 


4,989 

137,153 
360,921 


2,010 

586,794 
620,739 


1,201 

65,634 
143,800 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


17,651,765 


481,480 


553,707 


1,403,204 


220,243 



Statements B and C 



111 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Belleville 
13,449 


Belmont 

327 


Blandford 

Blenheim 

650 


Blenheim 
1,561 


Bloomfield 

337 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 

CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
1,421,951 

322,990 


$ 
54,177 

133,842 


$ 
19,494 

8,118 


$ 
98,679 

25,316 


$ 
16,677 

153 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


1,744,941 
5,513,955 


188,019 
64,378 


27,612 
109,541 


123,995 
462,799 


16,830 

48,804 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


7,258,896 


252,397 


137,153 


586,794 


65,634 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


13,629,214 
497,482 


228,485 
6,985 


521,925 
11,863 


1,135,050 

39,722 


235,047 
2,710 


TOTAL REVENUE 


14,126,696 


235,470 


533,788 


1,174,772 


237,757 


EXPENSE 


11,537,934 

592,859 
326,628 
352,790 
440,174 
161,805 


193,402 

4,005 
6,233 
5,190 

12,224 
2,925 


457,331 

28,755 
22,201 
13,069 
12,762 
1,213 


980,597 

53,442 
27,882 
51,421 
39,945 
319 


197,823 

8,314 
7,843 
7,756 
6,115 
715 






Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


13,412,190 


223,979 


535,331 


1,153,606 


228,566 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


714,506 


11,491 


(1,543) 


21,166 
(2,366) 


9,191 




NET INCOME 


714,506 


11,491 


(1,543) 


23,532 


9,191 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


133,626 
580,880 


10,406 
1,085 


1,000 
(2,543) 


23,532 


1,000 
8,191 




714,506 


11,491 


(1,543) 


23,532 


9,191 





112 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Blyth 

404 


Bobcaygeon 
1,016 


Bothwell 

418 


Bracebridge 

1,745 


Bradford 
2,280 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
267,181 
102,951 


$ 
587,325 
268,634 


$ 
280,092 
125,632 


$ 
2,465,470 
803,163 


$ 
2,003,953 
513,092 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


164,230 

48,550 

12,841 
230 


318,691 

39,540 

60,076 

24,602 

179 


154,460 

21,446 

7,539 
553 


1 ,662,307 

100 

65,000 

19,720 

68,535 

2,261 


1,490,861 

167,849 

154,926 

150,904 

230 


Investments 

Accounts Receivable 

Inventory 

Other 




61,621 
221,482 


124,397 

64 

278,133 


29,538 
163,996 


155,616 

149 

326,517 


473,909 

11,115 

660,654 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


447,333 


721,285 


347,994 


2,144,589 


2,636,539 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


- 


39,000 


- 


- 


383,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 




Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


39,000 
2,000 


— 


— 


383,000 
16,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


31,603 


37,000 

66,137 

4,573 


28,769 
125 


98,436 


367,000 

235,909 
18,152 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 

Construction 


31,603 

24,273 
1,802 


70,710 

10,848 
1,302 


28,894 

3,196 

120 


98,436 

3,942 
250 


254,061 

25,040 
837 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


22,471 

171,777 
221,482 


9,546 

325,896 
278,133 


3,076 

152,028 
163,996 


3,692 

1,715,944 
326,517 


24,203 

1,330,621 
660,654 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


447,333 


721,285 


347,994 


2,144,589 


2,636,539 



Statements B and C 



113 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Blyth 
404 


Bobcaygeon 
1,016 


Bothwell 

418 


Bracebridge 

1,745 


Bradford 
2,280 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
16,033 

21,600 


$ 
94,097 

30,357 


$ 
5,534 

7,508 


$ 
616,903 

28,516 


$ 
91,351 

482,271 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


37,633 
134,144 


124,454 
201 ,442 


13,042 
138,986 


645,419 
1,070,525 


573,622 
756,999 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


171,777 


325,896 


152,028 


1,715,944 


1,330,621 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


366,790 
8,918 


735,301 
9,370 


283,025 
10,746 


1,324,194 
29,864 


1,677,992 
67,099 


TOTAL REVENUE 


375,708 


744,671 


293,771 


1,354,058 


1,745,091 


EXPENSE 


333,766 

4,952 
9,344 
4,937 
9,520 
293 


572,029 

61,782 
37,347 
25,857 
22,108 
4,243 


237,004 

7,424 
7,552 
17,251 
11,064 


694,497 
226,281 
86,267 
44,105 
88,691 
71,813 
209 


1,288,242 

133,242 
56,734 
42,037 
70,005 
32,248 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


362,812 


723,366 


280,295 


1,211,863 


1,622,508 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


12,896 


21,305 


13,476 


142,195 


122,583 




NET INCOME 


12,896 


21,305 


13,476 


142,195 


122,583 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


12,896 


2,000 
19,305 


13,476 


142,195 


46,000 
76,583 




12,896 


21,305 


13,476 


142,195 


122,583 





114 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Braeside 


Brampton 


Brantford 


Brantford Twp 


Brechin 




198 


43,360 


27,175 


2,530 


122 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


S 


$ 


$ 




169,870 


61,162,850 


21,162,939 


3,021,323 


44,845 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


54,081 


13,709,261 


7,498,306 


1,323,941 


21,060 


Net fixed assets 


115,789 


47,453,589 


13,664,633 


1,697,382 


23,785 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


32,618 


1,839,877 


575 


345,721 


8,341 


Investments 






3,300,000 


330,000 


5,000 


Accounts Receivable 


5,553 


6,179,530 


839,117 


32,183 


7,140 


Inventory 


3,200 


1,890,053 


764,559 


103,714 


72 


Other 


— 


24,606 


25,522 


7,860 


398 


Total Current Assets 


41,371 


9,934,066 


4,929,773 


819,478 


20,951 


OTHER ASSETS 




155,290 


920,427 


143,768 




EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


302,906 


18,914,531 


14,911,055 


2,154,610 


57,482 




TOTAL ASSETS 


460,066 


76,457,476 


34,425,888 


4,815,238 


102,218 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


21,570,171 


985,427 


179,268 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


637,743 


— 


— 


— 




— 


20,932.428 


985,427 


179,268 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


1,027,461 


73,116 


30,103 


— 


Total 


— 


19,904,967 


912,311 


149,165 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


43,234 


7,614,581 


2,464,810 


329,998 


11,115 




768 


217.869 


414,202 


104,634 


346 




Total 


44,002 


7,832,450 


2.879,012 


434,632 


11,461 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


9,790 


6,516,131 


270,855 


33,718 


— 




678 


403,091 


16,473 


2,399 


— 






9,112 


6,113,040 


254,382 


31,319 


— 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


104,046 


23,692,488 


15,469,128 


2,045,512 


33,275 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


302,906 


18,914,531 


14,911,055 


2,154,610 


57,482 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


460,066 


76,457,476 


34,425,888 


4,815,238 


102,218 



Statements B and C 



115 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Braeside 
198 


Brampton 
43,360 


Brantford 
27,175 


Brantford Twp 
2,530 


Brechin 
122 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
6,000 

3,033 


$ 
4,226,376 

5,425,168 


$ 
1,708,046 

2,597,009 


$ 
783,148 

234,847 


$ 
2,664 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


9,033 
95,013 


9,651,544 
14,040,944 


4,305,055 
11,164,073 


1,017,995 
1,027,517 


2,664 
30,611 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUrTY 


104,046 


23,692,488 


15,469,128 


2,045,512 


33,275 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


537,402 
4,010 


51,699,409 
841,854 


21,136,993 
962,499 


3,562,143 
131,724 


84,471 
1,775 


TOTAL REVENUE 


541,412 


52,541,263 


22,099,492 


3,693,867 


86,246 


EXPENSE 


458,550 

6,915 
11,173 
5,471 
6,560 
2,068 


40,018,976 

2,524,352 
1,282,445 
982,430 
1,833,870 
2,559,547 


18,966,960 

969,888 
448,186 
397,751 
737,866 
71,865 


3,096,513 

242,262 
71,279 
58,559 

116,061 
14,172 


76,643 

3,102 
2,988 
1,283 

1,877 
5 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


490,737 


49,201,620 


21,592,516 


3,598,846 


85,898 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


50,675 
(2,075) 


3,339,643 


506,976 


95,021 
(54,166) 


348 




NET INCOME 


52,750 


3,339,643 


506,976 


149,187 


348 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


52,750 


727,188 
2,612,455 


69,703 
437,273 


27,560 
121,627 


348 




52,750 


3,339,643 


506,976 


149,187 


348 





116 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Brighton 
1,409 


Brock 
1,969 


Brockville 
7,996 


Brussels 

446 


Burford 

466 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
941,914 
310,878 


$ 
975,480 
366,376 


$ 
6,317,097 
2,039,233 


$ 
202,049 
68,729 


$ 
288,162 
150,687 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


631 ,036 

91,512 

30,229 
96,680 


609,104 

123,393 

35,724 

29,447 

2,778 


4,277,864 

795,719 

241 ,380 

395,043 

1,187 


133,320 

38,936 

30,993 

10,061 

3,967 


137,475 

13,346 

7,071 

134 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




218,421 
504,090 


191,342 

572 

769,459 


1,433,329 

92,198 

4,781,848 


83,957 
206,474 


20,551 
203,562 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,353,547 


1,570,477 


10,585,239 


423,751 


361,588 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


47,000 


- 


469,191 


- 


- 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


47,000 
3,000 


— 


469,191 
29,672 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


44,000 

119,455 
19,230 


136,581 
12,450 


439,519 

842 ,963 
31,169 


40,412 
654 


16,027 
6,527 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


138,685 

4,750 
291 


149,031 


874,132 

33,248 
1,680 


41,066 

14,979 
1,203 


22,554 

4,969 

332 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


4,459 

662,313 
504,090 


651,987 
769,459 


31,568 

4,458,172 
4,781 ,848 


13,776 

162,435 
206,474 


4,637 

130,835 
203,562 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,353,547 


1,570,477 


10,585,239 


423,751 


361,588 



Statements B and C 



117 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Brighton 
1,409 


Brock 
1,969 


Brockville 
7,996 


Brussels 

446 


Burford 

466 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
83,209 

43,776 


$ 
42,000 

118,719 


$ 
1,183,662 

454,703 


$ 
28,000 

7,77.8 


$ 
20,854 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


126,985 
535,328 


160,719 
491,268 


1,638,365 
2,819,807 


35,778 
126,657 


20,854 
109,981 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


662,313 


651,987 


4,458,172 


162,435 


130,835 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,018,605 
29,894 


1,375,992 
27,070 


8,019,120 
213,740 


303,923 
10,714 


293,820 
20,013 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,048,499 


1,403,062 


8,232,860 


314,637 


313,833 




EXPENSE 


827,708 

53,484 
36,979 
47,369 
32,770 
4,066 


1,184,130 

94,571 
52,611 
41,117 
32,720 
30 


7,070,564 

340,692 
172,484 
203,904 

227,287 
52,258 


256,506 

9,443 
13,381 
11,647 

7,187 


218,940 

25,514 
15,983 
20,847 
10,968 
1,686 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1 ,002,376 


1,405,179 


8,067,189 


298,164 


293,938 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


46,123 


(2,117) 


165,671 


16,473 


19,895 






NET INCOME 


46,123 


(2,117) 


165,671 


16,473 


19,895 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


3,000 
43,123 


(2,117) 


83,173 
82,498 


16,473 


19,895 




46,123 


(2,117) 


165,671 


16,473 


19,895 





118 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Burk's Falls 

451 


Burlington 
33,656 


Cache Bay 

259 


Caledon 

2,343 


Caledonia 
1,508 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
318,975 
99,041 


$ 
38,065,041 
9,787,064 


$ 
184,038 
75,934 


$ 
2,519,649 
570,006 


$ 
757,929 
247,236 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


219,934 

19,973 

15,000 

1,954 

3,469 

55 


28,277,977 

6,426,531 

2,474,290 

1,675,667 

103,898 


108,104 
18,391 


1,949,643 

71,905 
60,000 
42,290 
70,605 
3,538 


510,693 

200 

125,000 

10,564 

16,582 

229 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


40,451 
189,390 


10,680,386 
2,324,184 
12,775,807 


18,391 
83,867 


248,338 

2,275 

674,272 


152,575 

1,200 

373,538 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


449,775 


54,058,354 


210,362 


2,874,528 


1,038,006 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


- 


4,966,283 


- 


128,000 


- 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


4,966,283 
336,047 


— 


128,000 
27,000 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


32,187 
1,292 


4,630,236 

4,317,894 
787,193 


26,745 


101,000 

191,777 
10,860 


62,9% 
35,654 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


33,479 

24,905 
1,991 


5,105,087 

1,335,790 
93,656 


26,745 

647 
36 


202,637 

69,085 

3,552 


98,650 

10,039 
819 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


22,914 

203,992 
189,390 


1,242,134 

30,305,090 
12,775,807 


611 

99,139 

83,867 


65,533 

1,831,086 

674,272 


9,220 

556,598 

373,538 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


449,775 


54,058,354 


210,362 


2,874,528 


1,038,006 



Statements B and C 



119 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Burk's Falls 

451 


Burlington 
33,656 


Cache Bay 
259 


Caledon 

2,343 


Caledonia 
1,508 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
29,147 

42,691 


$ 
3,706,924 

4,699,681 


$ 
25,359 

2,373 


$ 
300,866 

1,025,158 


$ 
15,525 

179,412 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


71,838 
132,154 


8,406,605 
21,898,485 


27,732 
71,407 


1,326,024 
505,062 


194,937 
361,661 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


203,992 


30,305,090 


99,139 


1,831,086 


556,598 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


338,484 
3,317 


34,238,180 
1,887,210 


163,712 
3,828 


2,143,015 
35,986 


616,849 
45,010 


TOTAL REVENUE 


341,801 


36,125,390 


167,540 


2,179,001 


661,859 




EXPENSE 


309,669 

12,422 
14,223 
15,259 
11,389 


27,404,772 

2,017,822 
1,162,387 

706,775 
1,301,915 

454,329 


132,422 

3,717 
3,812 
6,582 
7,904 
13 


1,701,444 

117,797 
58,267 
58,282 
83,172 
14,363 


571,310 

47,019 
39,809 
47,055 
26,755 
241 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


362,962 


33,048,000 


154,450 


2,033,325 


732,189 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(21,161) 


3,077,390 
104,177 


13,090 


145,676 
16,832 


(70,330) 






NET INCOME 


(21,161) 


2,973,213 


13,090 


128,844 


(70,330) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


(21,161) 


181,903 
2,791,310 


13,090 


27,000 
101,844 


(70,330) 




(21,161) 


2,973,213 


13,090 


128,844 


(70,330) 





120 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Cambridge 

North Dumfries 

26,701 


Campbellford 
1,633 


Capreol 
1,406 


Cardinal 

723 


Carleton Place 

2,443 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
29,060,155 
9,299,236 


$ 
1,602,403 
581,560 


$ 
1,017,020 
296,937 


$ 
281,686 
111,206 


$ 
1,705,928 
442,494 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 




19,760,919 

21,280 

1,909,501 

1,121,419 

663 


1,020,843 

103,675 

44,793 
47,264 


720,083 

81,405 

32,877 
28,392 


170,480 

38,453 

10,687 
1,758 


1,263,434 

29,278 
115,000 
102,710 

47,356 
588 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments 

Accounts Receivable 

Inventory 

Other 




3,052,863 

466,449 

15,903,155 


195,732 

3,689 

364,934 


142,674 
472,217 


50,898 
225,671 


294,932 
1,166,660 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


39,183,386 


1,585,198 


1,334,974 


447,049 


2,725,026 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debentures 


3,605,566 


150,000 


- 


- 


- 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


3,605,566 
94,856 


150,000 
20,000 


— 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


3,510,710 

2,484,818 
1,027,244 


130,000 

106,435 
52,871 


80,426 
33,637 


24,164 
2,524 


194,146 
13,475 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


3,512,062 

1,194,510 
57,622 


159,306 

83,298 
15,104 


114,063 

10,283 
882 


26,688 

6,877 
349 


207,621 

59,572 
3,963 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


1,136,888 

15,120,571 
15,903,155 


68,194 

862,764 
364,934 


9,401 

739,293 
472,217 


6,528 

188,162 
225,671 


55,609 

1,295,136 
1,166,660 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


39,183,386 


1,585,198 


1,334,974 


447,049 


2,725,026 



Statements B and C 



121 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Cambridge 

North Dumfrie 

26,701 


Campbellford 
1,633 


Capreol 
1,406 


Cardinal 

723 


Carleton Place 
2,443 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
1,718,957 

2,273,640 


$ 
150,154 

32,228 


$ 
117,593 

158,031 


$ 
11,014 

1,018 


$ 
108,049 

67,511 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


3,992,597 
11,127,974 


182,382 
680,382 


275,624 
463,669 


12,032 
176,130 


175,560 
1,119,576 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


15,120,571 


862,764 


739,293 


188,162 


1,295,136 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


27,179,915 
698,845 


1,109,885 
40,147 


981,325 
16,896 


299,972 
6,860 


1,764,524 
49,967 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


27,878,760 


1,150,032 


998,221 


306,832 


1,814,491 




EXPENSE 


21,943,427 

1,412,279 
794,589 
736,794 

1,001,674 
378,817 


681,763 
34,709 
79,925 
49,141 
86,688 
39,334 
27,694 


767,188 

78,276 
45,827 
40,218 
34,666 


262,492 

7,665 
8,938 
6,257 
11,110 
361 


1,426,689 

89,534 
65,266 
48,994 
48,776 
46 


Local Generation 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


26,267,580 


999,254 


966,175 


296,823 


1,679,305 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


1,611,180 


150,778 


32,046 


10,009 


135,186 
(50,000) 




NET INCOME 


1,611,180 


150,778 


32,046 


10,009 


185,186 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


82,459 
1,528,721 


150,778 


32,046 


10,009 


185,186 




1,611,180 


150,778 


32,046 


10,009 


185,186 





122 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Casselman 


Cayuga 


Chalk River 


Chapleau Twp. 


Chatham 




658 


522 


367 


1,221 


14,249 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


429,612 


290,196 


216,662 


1,006,164 


11,479,830 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


143,033 


153,755 


95,166 


180,935 


3,302,020 


Net fixed assets 


286,579 


136,441 


121,496 


825,229 


8,177,810 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


8,033 


622 


21,337 


40,154 


353,273 


Investments 


20,000 


35,000 


— 


— 


200,000 


Accounts Receivable 


30,715 


12,751 


19,298 


15,243 


760,875 


Inventory 


4,227 


18,206 


1,800 


50,415 


625,826 


Other 


— 


60 


— 


— 


7,271 


Total Current Assets 


62,975 


66,639 


42,435 


105,812 


1,947,245 


OTHER ASSETS 








2,170 


142,951 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO. . 


241 ,598 


172,101 


115,822 


368,844 


7,413,756 




TOTAL ASSETS 


591,152 


375,181 


279,753 


1,302,055 


17,681,762 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


25,000 


— 


5,000 


130,000 


142,951 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




25,000 


— 


5,000 


130,000 


142,951 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


4,000 


— 


1,000 


23,000 


9,548 


Total 


21,000 


_ 


4,000 


107,000 


133,403 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


6,913 


23,309 


42,301 


114,499 


982,509 


Other Liabilities 


3,645 


13,711 


1,260 


53,388 


6,157 


Total 


10,558 


37,020 


43,561 


167,887 


988,666 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


19,566 


— 


1,212 


11,667 


75,970 




1,389 


— 


56 


747 


2,223 






18,177 


— 


1,156 


10,920 


73,747 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


299,819 


166,060 


115,214 


647,404 


9.072,190 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


241,598 


172,101 


115,822 


368,844 


7,413,756 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


591,152 


375,181 


279,753 


1,302,055 


17,681,762 



Statements B and C 



123 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Casselman 
658 


Cayuga 

522 


Chalk River 
367 


Chapleau Twp. 

1,221 


Chatham 

14,249 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
84,162 

32,757 


$ 
20,000 

8,769 


$ 
55,366 

14,160 


$ 
212,032 

8,179 


$ 
1,496,541 

931,984 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


116,919 
182,900 


28,769 
137,291 


69,526 
45,688 


220,211 
427,193 


2,428,525 
6,643,665 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


299,819 


166,060 


115,214 


647,404 


9,072,190 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


640,516 
9,796 


269,700 
16,434 


225,420 
7,226 


1,145,272 
21,415 


12,287,567 
222,550 


TOTAL REVENUE 


650,312 


286,134 


232,646 


1,166,687 


12,510,117 


EXPENSE 


544,139 

9,591 
17,789 
15,730 
15,810 

2,903 


245,060 

21,046 
22,883 
19,312 
10,636 

22 


197,939 

5,084 
7,357 
8,372 
8,845 
548 


854,707 

58,075 
68,569 
67,557 
34,187 
12,818 


10,342,132 

863,429 
340,287 
245,653 
356,597 
10,323 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


605,962 


318,959 


228,145 


1,095,913 


12,158,421 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


44,350 


(32,825) 


4,501 


70,774 


351,696 
20,700 




NET INCOME 


44,350 


(32,825) 


4,501 


70,774 


330,996 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


4,000 
40,350 


(32,825) 


700 
3,801 


38,000 
32,774 


9,008 
321,988 




44,350 


(32,825) 


4,501 


70,774 


330,996 





124 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Chatsworth 


Chesley 


Chesterville 


Clifford 


Clinton 




189 


879 


614 


317 


1,431 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


78,836 


584,362 


480,566 


170,536 


993,977 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


37,862 


197,427 


143,154 


59,710 


400,882 


Net fixed assets 


40,974 


386,935 


337,412 


110,826 


593,095 


CURRENT ASSETS 














13,570 


14,407 


103,532 


14,374 


126,207 


Investments 


1,000 


4,000 




15,341 


10,500 




4,488 


21 403 


26 077 


2 380 


19 962 


Inventory 


2,809 


18,420 


6,630 


7,008 


4,775 


Other 


— 


919 


— 


64 


— 


Total Current Assets 


21 ,867 


59,149 


136,239 


39,167 


161,444 


OTHER ASSETS 


2,000 










EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


84,419 


439,401 


429,943 


125,048 


658,590 




TOTAL ASSETS 


149,260 


885,485 


903,594 


275,041 


1,413,129 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


69,000 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


69,000 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


6,000 


— 


— 


Total 


_ 


_ 


63,000 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 














14,167 

674 


60,498 
10,059 


105,875 
4,520 


16,079 
325 


88,730 
31 ,982 






Total 


14,841 


70,557 


110.395 


16,404 


120,712 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


— 


18,654 


28,476 


4,728 


4,459 


Less Amortization 


— 


1,067 


1,435 


140 


211 






— 


17,587 


27,041 


4,588 


4,248 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


50,000 


357,940 


273,215 


129,001 


629,579 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO .... 


84,419 


439,401 


429,943 


125,048 


658,590 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


149,260 


885,485 


903,594 


275,041 


1,413,129 



Statements B and C 



125 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Chatsworth 
189 


Chesley 

879 


Chesterville 
614 


Clifford 
317 


Clinton 

1,431 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
5,014 


$ 
24,410 

16,267 


$ 
15,514 

7,189 


$ 
14,929 

5,623 


$ 
121,673 

15,123 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


5,014 
44,986 


40,677 
317,263 


22,703 
250,512 


20,552 
108,449 


136,796 
492,783 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


50,000 


357,940 


273,215 


129,001 


629,579 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


123,013 
1,799 


611,814 
12,694 


741,673 
15,896 


194,514 
3,642 


953,573 
27,159 


TOTAL REVENUE 


124,812 


624,508 


757,569 


198,156 


980,732 




EXPENSE 
Power Purchased 


120,295 

2,422 
4,166 
2,148 
3,128 
116 


516,105 

25,334 
16,862 
17,935 
20,476 


663,086 

20,227 
10,637 
17,759 
17,164 
8,370 


162,300 

2,747 
9,398 
7,002 
6,890 

22 


752,545 

54,577 
18,265 
46,937 
34,525 


Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 


Depreciation Less Amortization 

Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


132,275 


596,712 


737,243 


188,359 


906,849 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(7,463) 


27,796 


20,326 

1,371 


9,797 


73,883 




NET INCOME 


(7,463) 


27,796 


18,955 


9,797 


73,883 






(7,463) 


27,796 


5,000 
13,955 


9,797 


73,883 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


(7,463) 


27,796 


18,955 


9,797 


73,883 



126 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Cobden 


Cobourg 


Cochrane 


Colborne 


Coldwater 




488 


4,514 


2,015 


790 


416 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




158,818 


3,318,561 


1 ,780,655 


607,665 


195,542 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


80,608 


1,404,604 


512,628 


165,045 


69,942 


Net fixed assets 


78,210 


1,913,957 


1,268,027 


442,620 


125,600 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


58,167 


247,544 


112,995 


29,649 


10,386 


Investments 


— 


650,000 


245,000 


— 


45,500 


Accounts Receivable 


36,594 


244,164 


33,607 


46,097 


17,148 


Inventory 


793 


114,758 


53,498 


21,040 


6,277 


Other 


— 


9,518 


622 


341 


6,533 




95,554 


1,265,984 


445,722 


97,127 


85,844 


OTHER ASSETS 




45,253 




1,650 


2,655 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


166,944 


3,044,005 


776,294 


302,116 


188,552 




TOTAL ASSETS 


340,708 


6,269,199 


2,490,043 


843,513 


402,651 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


45,252 


436,000 


91,205 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


45,252 


436,000 


91 ,205 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


4,572 


14,000 


6.833 


— 


Total 


— 


40,680 


422,000 


84,372 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


54,436 


543,226 


219,549 


55,567 


26,922 




626 


89,174 


65,871 


7,567 


1,005 




Total 


55,062 


632.400 


285,420 


63,134 


27,927 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


585 


17,243 


6,621 


— 


6,362 




48 


690 


364 


— 


248 






537 


16,553 


6,257 


— 


6,114 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


118,165 


2,535,561 


1 ,000,072 


393,891 


180,058 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


166,944 


3,044,005 


776,294 


302,116 


188,552 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


340,708 


6,269,199 


2,490,043 


843,513 


402,651 



Statements B and C 



127 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Cobden 

488 


Cobourg 

4,514 


Cochrane 
2,015 


Colborne 
790 


Coldwater 
416 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
4,949 

7,778 


$ 
114,377 

14,001 


$ 
194,101 

70,143 


$ 
37,462 

17,435 


$ 
6,867 

15,706 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


12,727 
105,438 


128,378 
2,407,183 


264,244 
735,828 


54,897 
338,994 


22,573 
157,485 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUrTY 


118,165 


2,535,561 


1,000,072 


393,891 


180,058 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


309,559 
8,251 


5,155,687 
191,441 


1,883,913 
68,666 


585,942 
16,976 


262,565 
8,993 


TOTAL REVENUE ... 


317,810 


5,347,128 


1,952,579 


602,918 


271,558 




EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 


250,089 

4,841 
11,232 
12,471 

6,420 
209 


4,515,253 

130,707 
126,793 
73,625 
132,253 
2,974 


1,558,951 

128,884 
49,984 
78,150 
60,643 
49,781 


474,009 

30,171 
26,937 
26,787 
21,547 
9,713 


217,431 

4,060 
13,741 
8,168 
7,694 

17 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


285,262 


4,981,605 


1,926,393 


589,164 


251,111 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


32,548 


365,523 


26,186 


13,754 


20,447 




NET INCOME 


32,548 


365,523 


26,186 


13,754 


20,447 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


32,548 


4,314 
361,209 


13,000 
13,186 


6,217 
7,537 


20,447 




32,548 


365,523 


26,186 


13,754 


20,447 





128 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Collingwood 


Comber 


Coniston 


Cookstown 


Cottam 


Number of Customers 


5,180 


273 


880 


404 


333 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




3,703,981 


211,613 


459,537 


186,332 


254,829 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


1,120,476 


88,593 


150,870 


61,118 


79,931 


Net fixed assets 


2,583,505 


123.020 


308,667 


125,214 


174,898 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


1,014,716 


39,453 


17,974 


44,433 


22,973 


Investments 


— 


— 


22,000 


— 


26,000 


Accounts Receivable 


83,966 


4,335 


16,664 


8,684 


2,309 


Inventory 


203,275 


5,274 


— 


5,830 


— 


Other 


15,153 


— 


1,081 


245 


— 


Total Current Assets 


1.317,110 


49,062 


57,719 


59,192 


51,282 


OTHER ASSETS ... 


1,973 








5,568 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


2,942,551 


135,109 


236,838 


132.874 


93.066 


TOTAL ASSETS 


6,845,139 


307,191 


603,224 


317,280 


324,814 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


113,768 


_ 











Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenture rs 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




113,768 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


29,200 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total 


84,568 


— 


— 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


861 ,869 


20,798 


42,604 


27,004 


24,043 




134,038 


— 


5,909 


880 


4,305 




Total 


995,907 


20.798 


48,513 


27,884 


28,348 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


84,7.32 


23,384 


6,043 


2,506 


572 


Less Amortization 


5,032 


1,002 


660 


193 


16 




79,700 


22,382 


5,383 


2,313 


556 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


2,742,413 


128,902 


312.490 


154,209 


202,844 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


2,942,551 


135,109 


236,838 


132,874 


93.066 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


6,845,139 


307,191 


603,224 


317,280 


324,814 



Statements B and C 



129 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Collingwood 
5,180 


Comber 

273 


Coniston 

880 


Cookstown 

404 


Cottam 

333 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
317,207 

338,454 


$ 
15,627 

31,005 


$ 
49,633 

9,420 


$ 
12,001 

46,807 


$ 
13,893 

148,231 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


655,661 

2,086,752 


46,632 
82,270 


59,053 

253,437 


58,808 
95,401 


162,124 
40,720 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


2,742,413 


128,902 


312,490 


154,209 


202,844 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


5,912,999 
168,051 


189,727 

3,245 


488,831 
14,139 


240,396 

7,445 


172,509 
8,631 


TOTAL REVENUE 


6,081,050 


192,972 


502,970 


247,841 


181,140 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 


5,198,974 

236,831 
96,425 
99,904 

122,603 
16,249 


152,683 

7,052 
6,176 
18,866 
7,465 
4 


428,071 

26,906 
22,405 
30,372 
17,192 
178 


211,899 

3,428 
10,621 
13,198 

7,336 


149,089 

10,598 
13,949 

7,570 

8,823 

704 


Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


5,770,986 


192,246 


525,124 


246,482 


190,733 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


310,064 


726 


(22,154) 


1,359 


(9,593) 




NET INCOME 


310,064 


726 


(22,154) 


1,359 


(9,593) 






38,969 
271,095 


726 


(22,154) 


1,359 


(9,593) 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




310,064 


726 


(22,154) 


1,359 


(9,593) 





130 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Creemore 


Dashwood 


Deep River 


Delaware 


Delhi 


Number of Customers 


507 


200 


1,758 


178 


1,874 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


310,273 


90,951 


2,064,335 


95,211 


1,080,249 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


104,459 


31,263 


727,983 


39,076 


363,481 


Net fixed assets 


205,814 


59,688 


1,336,352 


56,135 


716,768 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


50 


32,699 


137,132 


6,505 


26,797 


Investments 


5,000 


— 


— 


10,000 


41,728 




18,642 


2 554 


26 948 


5 083 


12 462 


Inventory 


8,655 




67,873 




113,911 


Other 


— 


— 


7,466 


— 


1,066 


Total Current Assets 


32,347 


35,253 


239,419 


21,588 


195,964 


OTHER ASSETS 







3,142 




3,333 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


183,035 


104,282 


848,369 


71,456 


643,699 




TOTAL ASSETS 


421,1% 


199,223 


2,427,282 


149,179 


1,559,764 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


349,000 


— 


243,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


349,000 


— 


243,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


35,000 


— 


23,000 


Total 


_ 


_ 


314,000 


— 


220,000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


53,983 


13,364 


163,564 


15,245 


169,630 




2,785 


— 


44,697 


— 


49,327 




Total 


56,768 


13,364 


208,261 


15,245 


218,957 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


11,000 


203 


43,188 


3,084 


1,540 




815 


6 


2,195 


179 


111 






10,185 


197 


40,993 


2,905 


1,429 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


171,208 


81,380 


1,015,659 


59,573 


475,679 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


183,035 


104,282 


848,369 


71,456 


643,699 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


421,1% 


199,223 


2,427,282 


149,179 


1,559,764 



Statements B and C 



131 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Creemore 

507 


Dashwood 

200 


Deep River 

1,758 


Delaware 

178 


Delhi 

1,874 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
2,824 

73 


$ 
3,400 

129 


$ 
324,310 

229,875 


$ 
4,000 

4,306 


$ 
142,000 

20,713 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


2,897 
168,311 


3,529 
77,851 


554,185 
461,474 


8,306 
51,267 


162,713 
312,966 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


171,208 


81,380 


1,015,659 


59,573 


475,679 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


350,546 
8,326 


142,870 
2,412 


2,032,079 
43,311 


113,593 

2,112 


1,142,678 
68,073 


TOTAL REVENUE 


358,872 


145,282 


2,075,390 


115,705 


1,210,751 




EXPENSE 


295,977 

11,519 
10,441 
12,090 
12,199 
4,210 


123,961 

4,016 
6,893 
4,260 

3,577 


1,553,504 

99,408 
50,874 
38,574 
72,798 
32,129 


95,259 

3,278 
3,322 
3,267 
3,838 
12 


886,370 

107,588 
73,064 
81,549 
39,361 
33,779 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


346,436 


142,707 


1,847,287 


108,976 


1,221,711 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


12,436 


2,575 


228,103 


6,729 


(10,960) 




NET INCOME 


12,436 


2,575 


228,103 


6,729 


(10,960) 






12,436 


2,575 


26,000 
202,103 


6,729 


18,000 
(28,960) 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 




12,436 


2,575 


228,103 


6,729 


(10,960) 





132 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 









Drayton 
341 




Dryden 

2,706 




684 


436 


1,090 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


361,095 


297,351 


232,749 


745,245 


2,523,832 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


193,616 


93,496 


73,006 


254,171 


1,029,416 


Net fixed assets 


167,479 


203,855 


159,743 


491 ,074 


1,494,416 


CURRENT ASSETS 














38,776 


15,553 


15,465 


122,218 


135 003 


Investments 


5,000 


1,500 


2,000 




152,774 


Accounts Receivable 


16,953 


9,983 


1,888 


17,107 


69,940 


Inventory 


38,409 


— 


10,007 


15,870 


140,109 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total Current Assets 


99,138 


27,036 


29,360 


155,195 


497,826 


OTHER ASSETS 




2,785 


8,000 






EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


347,443 


138,308 


158,766 


567,970 


876,559 




TOTAL ASSETS 


614,060 


371,984 


355,869 


1,214,239 


2,868,801 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


— 


22,206 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 














— 


— 


— 


— 


— 






_ 


— 


— 


22,206 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


— 


5,850 


— 


Total 


— 


— 


— 


16,356 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


62,558 


38,023 


23,049 


69,441 


290,018 


Other Liabilities 


1,662 


2,785 


588 


2,848 


5,900 


Total 


64,220 


40,808 


23,637 


72.289 


295,918 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


2,045 


6,766 


10,169 


29,496 


131,070 




256 


322 


969 


1,449 


8,299 




RESERVES 


1,789 
200,608 


6,444 
186,424 


9,200 
164,266 


28,047 
529,577 


122,771 
1,573,553 


UTILITY EQUITY 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


347,443 


138,308 


158,766 


567,970 


876,559 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


614,060 


371,984 


355,869 


1,214,239 


2,868,801 



Statements B and C 



133 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Deseronto 

684 


Dorchester 

436 


Drayton 

341 


Dresden 

1,090 


Dryden 

2,706 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
15,000 

7,940 


$ 
7,300 

48,671 


$ 
9,500 

2,741 


$ 
64,751 

33,135 


$ 
267,361 

71,382 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


22,940 
177,668 


55,971 
130,453 


12,241 
152,025 


97,886 
431,691 


338,743 
1,234,810 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


200,608 


186,424 


164,266 


529,577 


1,573,553 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 
Service Revenue 


699,402 
15,645 


258,390 
2,944 


225,770 
2,954 


861,419 
26,502 


2,191,216 
77,355 




TOTAL REVENUE 


715,047 


261 ,334 


228,724 


887,921 


2,268,571 




EXPENSE 


570,638 

25,187 
19,169 
50,012 
14,051 
1,748 


218,385 

5,347 
7,263 
16,226 
11,178 


208,803 

9,286 
6,613 
4,894 
8,955 


720,357 

41,602 
33,957 
64,058 
23,389 
2,713 


1,680,031 

188,344 
66,276 
61,898 
88,364 






Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


680,805 


258,399 


238,551 


886,076 


2,084,913 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 

Unusual Items 

Extraordinary/Unusual Item(s) 


34,242 


2,935 


(9,827) 


1,845 


183,658 
(18,303) 


NET INCOME 


34,242 


2,935 


(9,827) 


1,845 


201,961 






34,242 


2,935 


(9,827) 


5,293 
(3,448) 


201,961 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


34,242 


2,935 


(9,827) 


1,845 


201 ,961 



134 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Dublin 
130 


Dundalk 
604 


Dundas 
6,661 


Dunnville 
2,192 


Durham 
1,054 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

89,456 
45,308 


$ 

328,925 
101,441 


$ 

6,099,147 
2,174,680 


$ 

1,866,628 
437,329 


$ 

824,445 
285,515 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


44,148 
7,423 
1,683 


227,484 

53,489 
36,500 
25,404 
23,080 
3,835 


3,924,467 

773,283 

165,122 

188,834 

3,000 


1,429,299 

48,119 
210,000 

37,565 

157,311 

6,132 


538,930 

57,663 

21,249 

10,209 

973 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 


9,106 
76,886 


142,308 
259,152 


1,130,239 

7,500 

2,704,306 


459,127 
1,087,518 


90,094 

5,000 

479,505 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


130,140 


628,944 


7,766,512 


2,975,944 


1,113,529 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


- 


27,000 


671,974 


166,000 


- 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


27,000 
6,000 


671,974 
67,200 


166,000 
7,000 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


10,119 
294 


21,000 

51,612 
422 


604,774 

477,115 
234,664 


159,000 

122.866 
39,775 


59,955 
18,971 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


10,413 

391 
15 


52,034 


711,779 

215,778 
10.969 


162,641 

37,061 
1,836 


78,926 

23,474 
2,295 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


376 

42,465 
76,886 


296,758 
259,152 


204.809 

3.540,844 
2,704,306 


35,225 

1,531,560 
1,087,518 


21,179 

533,919 
479,505 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


130,140 


628,944 


7,766,512 


2,975,944 


1,113,529 



Statements B and C 



135 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Dublin 
130 


Dundalk 
604 


Dundas 
6,661 


Dunnville 
2,192 


Durham 
1,054 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 

6,200 

1,945 


$ 

27,709 

2,020 


$ 

1,470,850 

484,989 


$ 

170,744 

141,195 


$ 

54,956 

11,586 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


8,145 
34,320 


29,729 
267,029 


1,955,839 
1,585,005 


311,939 
1,219,621 


66,542 
467,377 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


42,465 


296,758 


3,540,844 


1,531,560 


533,919 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


107,136 
1,877 


505,303 
10,243 


4,709,356 
229,728 


1,453,002 
105,384 


726,297 
23,605 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


109,013 


515,546 


4,939,084 


1,558,386 


749,902 




EXPENSE 


101,886 

971 
3,271 
3,283 
3,791 


445,428 

12,324 
20,862 

8,672 
12,028 

3,473 


3,728,302 

236,412 
192,439 
188,353 
229,569 
68,075 


1,179,034 

107,939 
56,003 
52,108 
63,525 
20,302 


560,364 

54,179 
28,872 
26,044 
27,813 
100 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 






TOTAL EXPENSE 


113,202 


502,787 


4,643,150 


1,478,911 


697,372 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(4,189) 


12,759 
4,506 


295,934 


79,475 


52,530 






NET INCOME 


(4,189) 


8,253 


295,934 


79,475 


52,530 






(4,189) 


5,000 
3,253 


71,725 
224,209 


6,000 

73,475 


2,500 
50,030 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


Net Income 


(4,189) 


8,253 


295,934 


79,475 


52,530 



136 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Dutton 


East York 


East Zorra 
Tavistock 


Eganville 


Elmvale 




450 


25,044 


728 


584 


549 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


269,910 


20,900,200 


492,638 


444,885 


283,446 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


97,932 


7,641,044 


222,191 


223,054 


100,103 


Net fixed assets 


171.978 


13,259,156 


270,447 


221,831 


183,343 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


50,478 


234,718 


73,798 


10.748 


27,249 


Investments 


— 


1,000,000 


95,000 


35,000 


50,786 


Accounts Receivable 


16,141 


2,349,532 


10,469 


5,868 


4,302 


Inventory 


9,920 


1,566,516 


15,568 


16,201 


5,143 


Other 


— 


32,262 


1,051 


— 


1,889 


Total Current Assets 


76,539 


5,183,028 


195,886 


67,817 


89.369 


OTHER ASSETS 


2,175 


685,373 


1,629 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


161,369 


16,357,117 


456,217 


147,776 


232,805 




TOTAL ASSETS 


412,061 


35,484,674 


924,179 


437,424 


505,517 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


10,000 


2,563.990 


16,000 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenture rs 


— 


1.179.989 


— 


— 


— 




10,000 


1 ,384,001 


16,000 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


2,000 


64,564 


3,000 


— 


— 


Total 


8,000 


1,319,437 


13,000 


_ 


— 


LIABILITIES 














31,446 
2,570 


2,409,898 
526,873 


63,144 
100 


39,487 
2,495 


46,623 
1,725 






Total 


34,016 


2,936.771 


63,244 


41,982 


48,348 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


25,173 


341 .498 


16,233 


2,030 


53,409 


Less Amortization 


1,486 


21,469 


1,109 


154 


3,067 




23,687 


320.029 


15,124 


1,876 


50,342 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


184,989 


14.551.320 


376,594 


245,790 


174,022 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


161,369 


16,357,117 


456,217 


147,776 


232,805 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


412,061 


35,484,674 


924,179 


437,424 


505,517 



Statements B and C 



137 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Dutton 
450 


East York 
25,044 


East Zorra 
Tavistock 

728 


Eganville 

584 


Elmvale 

549 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
16,907 

4,834 


$ 
2,936,777 

474,101 


$ 
59,284 

38,969 


$ 
98,007 

11,994 


$ 
6,544 

4,028 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


21,741 
163,248 


3,410,878 
11,140,442 


98,253 
278,341 


110,001 
135,789 


10,572 
163,450 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


184,989 


14,551,320 


376,594 


245,790 


174,022 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


229,449 
4,189 


25,103,596 
886,508 


680,464 
34,941 


310,545 
10,788 


388,540 
11,319 


TOTAL REVENUE 


233,638 


25,990,104 


715,405 


321,333 


399,859 




EXPENSE 


167,372 

11,406 
10,171 
10,629 
9,916 

1,270 


21,137,816 

1,717,525 
681,591 
647,570 
839,334 
192,876 


613,625 

14,837 
11,817 
15,916 
17,792 
1,646 


236,447 
17,537 
20,115 
11,987 
6,835 
14,134 


352,572 

5,995 

13,879 
9,025 

9,123 
454 


Local Generation 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


210,764 


25,216,712 


675,633 


307,055 


391,048 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


22,874 


773,392 


39,772 


14,278 


8,811 




NET INCOME 


22,874 


773,392 


39,772 


14,278 


8,811 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


2,000 

20,874 


150,206 
623,186 


3,000 
36,772 


14,278 


8,811 




22,874 


773,392 


39,772 


14,278 


8,811 





138 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Elmwood 


Elora 


Embrun 


Erie Beach 


Erieau 




162 


1,001 


571 


134 


366 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




59,607 


491 ,982 


444,091 


34,348 


126,018 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


26,230 


221,945 


150,067 


21,876 


86,516 


Net fixed assets 


33,377 


270,037 


294,024 


12,472 


39,502 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


6,486 


4,367 


118,822 


2,471 


10,672 


Investments 


1,035 


120,000 


— 


— 


24,100 


Accounts Receivable 


3,270 


13,215 


9,970 


2,616 


4,265 


Inventory 


1,708 


14,536 


10,320 


— 


— 


Other 


107 


825 


118 


— 


— 


Total Current Assets 


12,606 


152,943 


139,230 


5,087 


39,037 


OTHER ASSETS 


2,000 




9,000 






EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


59,910 


410,892 


237,337 


25,828 


128,352 




TOTAL ASSETS 


107,893 


833,872 


679,591 


43,387 


206,891 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


39,624 


58,500 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


39.624 


58,500 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


5,400 


15,500 


— 


— 


Total 


— 


34,224 


43,000 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


8,932 


10,582 


78,248 


4,574 


16,310 


Other Liabilities 


875 


8.940 


500 


— 


740 


Total 


9,807 


19,522 


78,748 


4,574 


17,050 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


— 


588 


3,524 


371 


5,711 




— 


43 


165 


24 


217 






_ 


545 


3,359 


347 


5,494 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


38,176 


368,689 


317,147 


12,638 


55,995 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


59,910 


410,892 


237,337 


25,828 


128,352 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


107,893 


833,872 


679,591 


43,387 


206,891 



Statements B and C 



139 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Elmwood 
162 


Elora 
1,001 


Embrun 

571 


Erie Beach 

134 


Erieau 
366 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
6,106 

234 


S 
34,801 

11,776 


$ 

122,091 

10,595 


$ 
7,783 

1,436 


$ 
20,529 

1,633 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


6,340 
31,836 


46,577 
322,112 


132,686 
184,461 


9,219 
3,419 


22,162 
33,833 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


38,176 


368,689 


317,147 


12,638 


55,995 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 


73,817 
1,164 


720,539 
36,426 


629,872 
22,593 


42,756 
1,544 


141,767 
7,957 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


74,981 


756 ,965 


652,465 


44,300 


149,724 




EXPENSE 


59,126 

1,311 
4,159 
4,879 
2,565 


606,660 

36,909 
39,702 
28,423 
18,231 
4,431 


527,651 

13,156 
11,724 
22,192 
17,172 
5,827 


32,873 

5,207 
4,135 
3,690 
1,527 


125,328 

9,180 
10,350 
8,264 
5,334 




Operation and Maintenance 




Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


72,040 


734,356 


597,722 


47,432 


158,456 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


2,941 


22,609 


54,743 


(3,132) 


(8,732) 






NET INCOME 


2,941 


22,609 


54,743 


(3,132) 


(8,732) 






2,941 


4,743 
17,866 


14,500 
40,243 


(3,132) 


(8,732) 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




2,941 


22,609 


54,743 


(3,132) 


(8,732) 





140 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Erin 


Espanola 


Essex 


Etobicoke 


Exeter 




853 


2,108 


2,119 


91,155 


1,737 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




637,111 


1,200,181 


1,692,837 


88 148 932 


1 604 624 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


159,140 


402,504 


534,916 


29,395,994 


623,370 


Net fixed assets 


477,971 


797,677 


1,157,921 


58,752,938 


981,254 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


124,446 


100,848 


112,306 


3,440 


131,658 


Investments 


— 


100,000 


35,250 


15,216.729 


11,000 


Accounts Receivable 


21,179 


11,802 


64,387 


4,897,394 


28,884 


Inventory 


33,027 


40,530 


92,313 


2,401,522 


3,268 


Other 


902 


— 


— 


26,704 


— 


Total Current Assets 


179,554 


253,180 


304,256 


22,545,789 


174,810 


OTHER ASSETS 






56,926 


2,098,146 


39,660 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


318,694 


655,112 


727,777 


52,801,642 


760,114 




TOTAL ASSETS 


976,219 


1,705,969 


2,246,880 


136,198,515 


1,955,838 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


34,763 


2,666,074 


188,870 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


2,198,735 


— 




— 


— 


34,763 


467,339 


188,870 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


1,654 


135,607 


23,754 


Total 


_ 


— 


33,109 


331.732 


165,116 


LIABILITIES 














122,875 
6,195 


189,220 
109,590 


147,854 
28,753 


9,138,689 
3,108,029 


154,360 
1,355 


Other Liabilities 


Total 


129,070 


298,810 


176,607 


12,246,718 


155,715 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


14,577 


2,255 


19,966 


1,909,781 


949 




449 


151 


1,748 


113,853 


51 






14,128 


2,104 


18,218 


1,795,928 


898 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


514,327 


749,943 


1,291,169 


69,022,495 


873,995 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


318,6*1 


655,112 


727,777 


52,801,642 


760,114 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


976,219 


1,705,969 


2,246,880 


136,198,515 


1,955,838 



Statements B and C 



141 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Erin 


Espanola 


Essex 


Etobicoke 


Exeter 




853 


2,108 


2,119 


91,155 


1,737 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction. 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
14,242 

228,679 


$ 
139,532 

154,383 


$ 
146,781 

199,203 


$ 
12,880,633 

8,445,096 


$ 
111,771 

91,872 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


242,921 
271,406 


293,915 
456,028 


345,984 
945,185 


21,325,729 
47,696,766 


203,643 
670,352 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


514,327 


749,943 


1,291,169 


69,022,495 


873,995 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,338,897 
23,667 


1,706,741 
38,136 


1,485,267 
53,732 


101,224,962 
4,242,020 


1,363,128 
42,894 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,362,564 


1,744,877 


1,538,999 


105,466,982 


1,406,022 




EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


1,211,678 

34,815 
21,751 
19,146 
21,211 
129 


1,357,058 

115,990 
66,782 
82,315 
41,747 
1,134 


1,220,165 

107,393 
42,902 
56,311 
54,999 

4,734 


89,957,802 

4,605,364 
2,598,348 
1 ,389,558 
3,525,286 
189,977 


1,078,600 

69,502 
46,817 
52,869 
58,880 
24,952 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1 ,308,730 


1,665,026 


1,486,504 


102,266,335 


1,331,620 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


53,834 


79,851 


52,495 


3,200,647 
(51,382) 


74,402 




NET INCOME 


53,834 


79,851 


52,495 


3,252,029 


74,402 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


53,834 


79,851 


14,235 
38,260 


230,720 
3,021,309 


27,313 
47,089 




53,834 


79,851 


52,495 


3,252,029 


74,402 





142 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Fenelon Falls 


Fergus 


Finch 


Flamborough 


Flesherton 




1,011 


2,246 


197 


996 


326 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




545,403 


1,530,159 


122,714 


710,046 


143,804 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


178,030 


559,722 


54,353 


292,853 


54,362 


Net fixed assets 


367,373 


970,437 


68,361 


417,193 


89,442 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


83,945 


200 


10,534 


49,083 


57,401 


Investments 


70,000 


100,000 


— 


20,558 


10,000 




10,041 


37,866 


4,113 


23,815 


6,455 


Inventory 


19,385 


31,403 


1,955 


5,754 


5,133 


Other 


— 


983 


— 


546 


20 




183,371 


170,452 


16,602 


99,756 


79,009 


OTHER ASSETS 








1,962 


2,993 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


220,993 


1,663,185 


85,562 


450,9% 


136,036 




TOTAL ASSETS 


771,737 


2,804,074 


170,525 


969,907 


307,480 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


70,000 


— 


— 


23,000 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




70,000 


— 


— 


23,000 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


3,000 


— 


— 


1,000 


— 


Total 


67,000 


— 


— 


22,000 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


69,472 


27,902 


11,382 


62,435 


20,561 




2,610 


7,736 


448 


505 


2,445 




Total 


72,082 


35,638 


11,830 


62,940 


23,006 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


4,830 


5,882 


— 


179 


356 




452 


483 


— 


17 


26 






4,378 


5,399 


— 


162 


330 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


407,284 


1 ,099,852 


73,133 


433,809 


148,108 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


220,993 


1,663,185 


85,562 


450,996 


136,036 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


771,737 


2,804,074 


170,525 


969,907 


307,480 



Statements B and C 



143 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Fenelon Falls 
1,011 


Fergus 
2,246 


Finch 
197 


Flamborough 
996 


Flesherton 
326 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
175,000 

14,194 


$ 
184,961 

52,302 


$ 
7,000 

9,009 


$ 
46,486 

84,589 


$ 

5,831 

6,944 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


189,194 
218,090 


237,263 
862,589 


16,009 
57,124 


131,075 
302,734 


12,775 
135,333 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


407,284 


1,099,852 


73,133 


433,809 


148,108 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


701,665 
21,509 


2,908,082 
55,375 


131,355 
1,951 


731,411 
18,589 


220,031 
2,736 


TOTAL REVENUE 


723,174 


2,963,457 


133,306 


750,000 


222,767 




EXPENSE 


583,305 

37,331 
29,350 
15,290 
20,657 
8,037 


2,669,343 

116,103 
88,218 
27,494 
51,173 
202 


103,902 

5,951 
4,091 
3,949 
5,308 
155 


615,522 

21,371 
31,708 
32,406 
27,575 
2,415 


188,969 

4,923 
5,471 
2,262 
5,716 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


693,970 


2,952,533 


123,356 


730,997 


207,341 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


29,204 


10,924 


9,950 


19,003 
(2,479) 


15,426 




NET INCOME 


29,204 


10,924 


9,950 


21,482 


15,426 






3,000 
26,204 


10,924 


9,950 


1,000 
20,482 


15,426 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


29,204 


10,924 


9,950 


21,482 


15,426 





144 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Forest 


Frankford 


Georgina 


Glencoe 


Gloucester 




1,166 


773 


1,126 


767 


21,506 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


771,626 


412,056 


764,353 


438,331 


21,456,451 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


279,714 


157,060 


247,344 


191,751 


5,334,030 


Net fixed assets 


491,912 


254,996 


517,009 


246,580 


16,122,421 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


27,822 


100,636 


180,933 


32,525 


1,708,631 


Investments 






16,300 






Accounts Receivable 


19,840 


21,180 


64,840 


15,641 


1,054,156 


Inventory 


2,642 


1,935 


31,373 


9,933 


1,067,171 


Other 


— 


— 


960 


— 


— 


Total Current Assets 


50,304 


123,751 


294,406 


58,099 


3,829,958 


OTHER ASSETS 


3,189 


— 


— 


— 


590,310 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


549,878 


224,917 


453,416 


291,735 


5,696,573 


TOTAL ASSETS 


1,095,233 


603,664 


1,264,831 


596,414 


26,239,262 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


116,000 


3,000 


36,187 





4,300,574 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


800,603 




116,000 


3,000 


36,187 


— 


3,499,971 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


12,000 


1,000 


7,500 


— 


301 ,857 


Total 


104,000 


2,000 


28,687 


— 


3,198,114 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


103,266 


90,785 


83,362 


59,696 


1 ,779,408 




1,855 


4,295 


35,358 


3,037 


5,000 


Total 


105,121 


95,080 


118,720 


62,733 


1,784,408 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


6,542 


459 


2,520 


8,306 


1,613,490 




352 


71 


106 


740 


95,356 






6,190 


388 


2,414 


7,566 


1,518,134 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


330,094 


281 ,279 


661,594 


234,380 


14,042,033 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO .. 


549,878 


224,917 


453,416 


291,735 


5,696,573 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,095,283 


603,664 


1,264,831 


596,414 


26,239,262 



Statements B and C 



145 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Forest 
1,166 


Frankford 

773 


Georgina 
1,126 


Glencoe 

767 


Gloucester 
21,506 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
50,357 

14,335 


$ 
29,868 

9,515 


$ 
58,532 

219,735 


$ 
20,113 

31,325 


$ 
2,985,855 

5,716,466 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


64,692 
265,402 


39,383 
241,896 


278,267 
383,327 


51,438 
182,942 


8,702,321 
5,339,712 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


330,094 


281,279 


661,594 


234,380 


14,042,033 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


960,449 
18,871 


513,106 
14,361 


877,117 
34,065 


541,243 
25,538 


17,779,533 
573,981 


TOTAL REVENUE 


979,320 


527,467 


911,182 


566,781 


18,353,514 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 


761,201 

54,774 
36,708 
67,896 
28,521 
17,625 


402,094 

6,696 
19,719 
16,254 
15,185 
262 


690,251 

16,372 
36,178 
45,424 
28,695 
4,899 


458,144 

21,894 
19,294 
20,910 
15,694 


14,668,187 

483,641 
505,604 
549,399 
667,599 
356,954 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


966,725 


460,210 


821,819 


535,936 


17,231,384 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


12,595 
(14,978) 


67,257 


89,363 


30,845 


1,122,130 




NET INCOME 


27,573 


67,257 


89,363 


30,845 


1,122,130 






10,000 
17,573 


1,000 

66,257 


6,802 
82,561 


30,845 


320,396 
801 ,734 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




27,573 


67,257 


89,363 


30,845 


1,122,130 





146 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Goderich 
3,094 


Goulbourn 
1,014 


Grand Bend 
906 


Grand Valley 
501 


Granton 

134 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

2,775,100 
1,081,566 


$ 

870,325 
231,396 


$ 

423,817 
191,714 


$ 

196,126 
65,431 


$ 

99,898 
21,865 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


1,693,534 

73,454 
69,246 
93,374 
96,639 


638,929 

27,462 

13,561 
26,359 


232,103 

36,287 
6,000 
11,958 
12,537 


130,695 

85,784 

5,706 
2,682 
1,200 


78,033 

15,339 

19,000 

1,507 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




332,713 
1,959,972 


67,382 
293,920 


66,782 
216,242 


95,372 

3,000 

186,132 


35,846 
66,509 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


3,986,219 


1,000,231 


515,127 


415,199 


180,388 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


32,000 


80,000 
62,240 


- 


- 


- 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


32,000 
16,000 


17,760 
1,061 


— 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


16,000 

291,804 
77,663 


16,699 

102,124 
8,074 


36,964 
4,045 


30,706 
100 


12,819 
435 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 

Construction 


369,467 

34,966 
1,981 


110,198 

572 
85 


41,009 

17,107 
1,123 


30,806 

3,041 
159 


13,254 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


32,985 

1,607,795 
1,959,972 


487 

578,927 
293,920 


15,984 

241,892 
216,242 


2,882 

195,379 
186,132 


100,625 
66,509 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


3,986,219 


1,000,231 


515,127 


415,199 


180,388 



Statements B and C 



147 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Goderich 
3,094 


Goulbourn 
1,014 


Grand Bend 
906 


Grand Valley 
501 


Granton 
134 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 

CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
260,960 

143,766 


$ 

76,466 

129,459 


$ 

83,325 

31,267 


$ 

10,794 

12,046 


$ 

6,602 

42,8% 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


404,726 
1,203,069 


205,925 
373,002 


114,592 
127,300 


22,840 
172,539 


49,498 
51,127 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


1,607,795 


578,927 


241,892 


195,379 


100,625 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


3,277,832 
71,812 


819,816 
15,599 


404,146 
12,021 


287,312 
11,842 


107,807 
2,402 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


3,349,644 


835,415 


416,167 


299,154 


110,209 




EXPENSE 


2,710,573 

189,435 
92,566 

120,575 
94,910 
4,800 


673,016 

25,890 
22,769 
22,803 
33,465 
1,584 


317,941 

30,798 
21,626 
20,511 
15,044 


270,017 

9,572 
5,619 
4,656 
7,793 


89,844 

1,790 
3,454 
3,066 
3,949 


Local Generation 




Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


3,212,859 


779,527 


405,920 


297,657 


102,103 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


136,785 


55,888 


10,247 


1,497 


8,106 






NET INCOME 


136,785 


55,888 


10,247 


1,497 


8,106 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


16,000 
120,785 


1,061 

54,827 


10,247 


1,497 


8,106 




136,785 


55,888 


10,247 


1,497 


8,106 





148 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Gravenhurst 


Grimsby 


Guelph 


Hagersville 


Halton Hills 




2,160 


2,583 


23,316 


1,017 


11,365 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




1,380,108 


1,170,361 


21,294,140 


414,878 


11,408,028 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


421,882 


518,559 


6,437,327 


246,669 


3,903,884 


Net fixed assets 


958,226 


651,802 


14,856,813 


168,209 


7,504,144 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


18,975 


75,412 


649,783 


45,272 


330,799 


Investments 


60,000 


— 


— 


95,000 


324,023 


Accounts Receivable 


48,524 


58,476 


644,041 


12,495 


806,001 


Inventory 


39,593 


572 


956,485 


26,700 


365,977 


Other 


442 


37,456 


40,351 


755 


33,500 


Total Current Assets 


167,534 


171,916 


2,290,660 


180.222 


1 ,860,300 


OTHER ASSETS 


9,031 


— 


855,935 


— 


5,230 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


793,046 


845,910 


14,274,439 


608,251 


5,143.431 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,927,837 


1,669,628 


32,277,847 


956,682 


14,513,105 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


50,000 


— 


1 ,586,348 


— 


3,286,542 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




50.000 


— 


1 .586,348 


— 


3.286,542 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


4,000 


— 


139,207 


— 


113,805 


Total 


46,000 


— 


1.447,141 


— 


3,172,737 


LIABILITIES 














124,126 
16,500 


113,791 

25,227 


489,765 
552,448 


80,718 
3,098 


990,868 
146,441 


Other Liabilities 


Total 


140,626 


139.018 


1,042,213 


83,816 


1,137,309 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


15,373 


34,229 


576,109 


950 


256,379 




1,377 


2,207 


39,429 


82 


16.815 






13,996 


32.022 


536,680 


868 


239,564 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


934,169 


652,678 


14,977,374 


263.747 


4,820,064 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


793,046 


845,910 


14,274,439 


608,251 


5,143,431 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,927,837 


1,669,628 


32,277,847 


956,682 


14,513,105 



Statements B and C 



149 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Gravenhurst 
2,160 


Grimsby 

2,583 


Guelph 
23,316 


Hagersville 
1,017 


Halton Hills 
11,365 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
132,685 

71,431 


$ 
212,124 

107,612 


$ 
2,459,400 

3,280,287 


$ 
8,000 

1,537 


$ 
1 ,442,948 

669,505 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


204,116 
730,053 


319,736 
332,942 


5,739,687 
9,237,687 


9,537 
254,210 


2,112,453 
2,707,611 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


934,169 


652,678 


14,977,374 


263,747 


4,820,064 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,344,984 

43,745 


1,542,704 
25,406 


26,728,327 
1,200,824 


549,427 
37,141 


10,173,796 
385,017 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,388,729 


1,568,110 


27,929,151 


586,568 


10,558,813 


EXPENSE 


1,059,223 

87,467 
46,692 
32,737 
52,421 
5,729 


1,266,791 

40,653 
71,427 
85,501 
47,627 
1,949 


23,476,355 

1,781,280 

1,333,399 

842,191 

860,528 

143,208 


493,214 

58,383 
23,237 
22,488 
14,004 
387 


8,292,152 

477,916 
344,803 
432,790 
441,165 
356,037 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,284,269 


1,513,948 


28,436,961 


611,713 


10,344,863 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


104,460 


54,162 


(507,810) 


(25,145) 


213,950 




NET INCOME 


104,460 


54,162 


(507,810) 


(25,145) 


213,950 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


4,000 
100,460 


6,000 
48,162 


60,234 
(568,044) 


(25,145) 


119,615 
94,335 


Net Income 


104,460 


54,162 


(507,810) 


(25,145) 


213,950 



150 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Hamilton 


Hanover 


Harriston 


Harrow 


Hastings 




117,424 


2,465 


850 


949 


519 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




84,720,066 


1 ,422,943 


732,223 


750,621 


347 500 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


22,111,609 


504,561 


222,150 


300,876 


132,903 


Net fixed assets 


62,608,457 


918,382 


510,073 


449,745 


214,597 


CURRENT ASSETS 














263,519 


300,910 


34 358 


43,971 


2,104 

35,000 


Investments 


325,000 


22,000 


15,000 


35,000 


Accounts Receivable 


12,192,306 


43,074 


5,685 


8,638 


12,765 


Inventory 


2,985,827 


92,049 


45,132 


14,675 


9,870 


Other 


20,085 


2,181 


313 


2,200 


1,063 




15,786,737 


460,214 


100,488 


104,484 


60,802 


OTHER ASSETS 


8,165,242 


6,911 






1,473 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


111,788,924 


1,511,163 


444,584 


487,526 


158,670 




TOTAL ASSETS 


198,349,360 


2,896,670 


1,055,145 


1,041,755 


435,542 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


8,129,592 


72,000 


38,000 


— 


14,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




8,129,592 


72,000 


38,000 


— 


14,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


445,275 


10,000 


23,000 


— 


4,000 


Total 


7,684,317 


62,000 


15,000 


— 


10,000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


13,493,327 


211,636 


83,072 


74,700 


44,297 




2,068,723 


29,580 


5,327 


30,345 


3,762 


Total 


15,562,050 


241,216 


88,399 


105,045 


48,059 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


217,048 


2,067 


— 


2,334 


872 




12,333 


158 


— 


215 


56 






204,715 


1,909 


— 


2,119 


816 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


63,109,354 


1 .080,382 


507,162 


447,065 


217,997 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


111,788,924 


1,511,163 


444,584 


487,526 


158,670 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


198,349,360 


2,896,670 


1,055,145 


1,041,755 


435,542 



Statements B and C 



151 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Hamilton 

117,424 


Hanover 

2,465 


Harriston 
850 


Harrow 
949 


Hastings 
519 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
8,047,649 

2,123,514 


$ 
111,042 

23,479 


$ 
102,350 

19,398 


$ 
12,000 

179,669 


$ 
36,535 

2,979 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


10,171,163 
52,938,191 


134,521 
945,861 


121,748 
385,414 


191,669 
255,396 


39,514 
178,483 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


63,109,354 


1,080,382 


507,162 


447,065 


217,997 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


166,959,817 
2,310,062 


2,372,552 
55,069 


693,352 
14,892 


806,800 
23,592 


352,836 
17,408 


TOTAL REVENUE 


169,269,879 


2,427,621 


708,244 


830,392 


370,244 


EXPENSE 


150,506,673 

5,869,847 
3,639,288 
2,056,707 
2,834,184 
513,448 


2,122,769 

60,285 
49,827 
37,957 
47,718 
8,376 


550,212 

39,928 
18,102 
10,629 
26,771 
7,048 


690,341 

32,187 
46,249 
45,931 

26,212 
45 


280,971 

7,831 
16,440 
16,249 
14,099 

2,119 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


165,420,147 


2,326,932 


652,690 


840,965 


337,709 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


3,849,732 


100,689 
17,090 


55,554 


(10,573) 


32,535 




NET INCOME 


3,849,732 


83,599 


55,554 


(10,573) 


32,535 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


147,933 
3,701,799 


9,000 
74,599 


23,000 
32,554 


(10,573) 


4,000 

28,535 




3,849,732 


83,599 


55,554 


(10,573) 


32,535 





152 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Havelock 


Hawkesbury 


Hearst 


Hensall 


Holstein 




575 


3,680 


1,963 


437 


104 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




277,703 


1,658,605 


1,581,249 


402,892 


45,133 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


130,734 


696,291 


607,210 


186,538 


15,328 


Net fixed assets 


146,969 


962.314 


974,039 


216,354 


29,805 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


21,559 


102,119 


109,937 


97,576 


13,383 


Investments 


20,000 


420,000 


— 


2,000 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


4,890 


72,247 


43,696 


5,109 


1,501 


Inventory 


15,286 


173,255 


54,052 


462 


2,649 


Other 


— 


18,162 


1,402 


— 


— 


Total Current Assets 


61 ,735 


785,783 


209,087 


105,147 


17,533 


OTHER ASSETS 








5,000 




EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


200,299 


1 ,934,780 


968,011 


308,411 


36,279 




TOTAL ASSETS 


409,003 


3,682,877 


2,151,137 


634,912 


83,617 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 








201 ,323 








Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




_ 


— 


201 ,323 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


27,962 


— 


— 


Total 


— 


— 


173,361 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


30,450 


418,311 


383,123 


52,133 


3,952 




2,222 


94,199 


9,553 


1,985 


— 




Total 


32,672 


512,510 


392,676 


54,118 


3,952 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


1,451 


51,419 


— 


2,370 


9,600 




95 


5,669 


— 


193 


1,043 






1,356 


45,750 


— 


2,177 


8,557 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


174,676 


1,189,837 


617,089 


270,206 


34,829 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


200,299 


1 ,934,780 


968,011 


308,411 


36,279 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


409,003 


3,682,877 


2,151,137 


634,912 


83,617 



Statements B and C 



153 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Havelock 

575 


Hawkesbury 
3,680 


Hearst 
1,963 


Hensall 

437 


Holstein 
104 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
62,696 

13,956 


$ 
283,867 

55,841 


$ 
145,820 

78,090 


$ 
12,000 

13,612 


$ 
12,762 

5,000 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


76,652 
98,024 


339,708 
850,129 


223,910 
393,179 


25,612 

244,594 


17,762 
17,067 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


174,676 


1,189,837 


617,089 


270,206 


34,829 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


358,242 
5,131 


4,773,390 
106,857 


2.816,007 
20,992 


454,234 
16,981 


52,802 
411 


TOTAL REVENUE 


363,373 


4,880,247 


2,836,999 


471,215 


53,213 


EXPENSE 
Power Purchased 


294,137 

6,859 
10,887 
20,635 
11,315 
521 


4,471,029 

70,564 
49,135 
117,273 
65,182 
9 


2,495,879 

93,920 
68,533 
35,147 
53,861 
29,717 


427,552 

1 1 ,087 
12,698 
26,239 
14,576 


42,940 

280 
2,275 

538 
1,482 

113 


Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 






TOTAL EXPENSE 


344,354 


4,773,192 


2,777,057 


492,152 


47,628 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 

Unusual Items 

Extraordinary/Unusual Item(s) 


19,019 


107,055 


59,942 
(1,385) 


(20,937) 


5,585 
1,005 


NET INCOME 


19,019 


107,055 


61,327 


(20,937) 


4,580 






19,019 


107,055 


25,779 
35,548 


(20,937) 


1,500 
3,080 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


19,019 


107,055 


61.327 


(20,937) 


4,580 



154 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Huntsville 


Ingersoll 


Iroquois 


Jarvis 


Kanata 




1,624 


3,197 


499 


493 


6,754 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


1,041,034 


2,842,238 


301,514 


251,120 


6,772,662 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


343,808 


1,105,072 


172,132 


103,124 


1,583,918 


Net fixed assets 


697,226 


1,737,166 


129,382 


147,996 


5,188,744 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


37,113 


300 


107,600 


51,372 


— 


Investments 


65,000 


— 


6,876 


— 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


36,469 


79,059 


5,556 


4,197 


572,135 


Inventory 


44,341 


189,426 


6,714 


10.353 


476,282 


Other 


2,000 


1.654 


149 


184 


21,841 


Total Current Assets 


184,923 


270,439 


126,895 


66,106 


1 ,070,258 


OTHER ASSETS 


1,074 


89,319 






15,090 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


943,186 


1,911,289 


398,165 


168,331 


1,810,652 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,826,409 


4,008,213 


654,442 


382,433 


8,084,744 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


51,000 


371,053 


— 


— 


3,556,245 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




51,000 


371,053 


— 


— 


3,556,245 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


2,000 


19,154 


— 


— 


200,082 


Total 


49.000 


351.899 


_ 


— 


3,356,163 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


121,030 


346,913 


75,646 


35,922 


1.325,517 


Other Liabilities 


8,020 


13,976 


2.650 


3,152 


351 ,322 


Total 


129,050 


360,889 


78.2% 


39,074 


1,676,839 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


1,972 


1,850 


1.481 


230 


712,972 




157 


147 


97 


13 


30,521 






1,815 


1.703 


1.384 


217 


682,451 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


703,358 


1 .382,433 


176,597 


174.811 


558,639 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


943,186 


1,911,289 


398.165 


168.331 


1,810,652 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,826,409 


4,008,213 


654,442 


382,433 


8,084,744 



Statements B and C 



155 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Huntsville 
1,624 


Ingersoll 
3,197 


Iroquois 
499 


Jarvis 
493 


Kanata 
6,754 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
28,593 

27,094 


$ 
247,141 

123,199 


$ 
127,553 


$ 
10,500 

67,306 


$ 
108,630 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


55,687 
647,671 


370,340 
1,012,093 


127,553 
49,044 


77,806 
97,005 


108,630 
450,009 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUrTY 


703,358 


1,382,433 


176,597 


174,811 


558,639 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,392,451 
32,483 


2,663,222 
64,552 


686,907 
16,408 


243,699 
11,455 


6,587,540 
165,539 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,424,934 


2,727,774 


703,315 


255,154 


6,753,079 


EXPENSE 


1,217,830 

118,289 
31,545 
34,751 
36,226 
5,011 


2,255,261 

i 94, 295 
69,860 
101,114 
100,009 
53,805 


637,183 

26,335 
11,050 
19,713 
11,334 


213,081 

5,162 
13,201 
11,911 
10,224 
349 


5,019,520 

281,575 
187,818 
227,566 
242,450 
425,191 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,443,652 


2,774,344 


705,615 


253,928 


6,384,120 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(18,718) 


(46,570) 


(2,300) 
(2,177) 


1,226 


368,959 
14,711 




NET INCOME 


(18,718) 


(46,570) 


(123) 


1,226 


354,248 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


2,000 
(20,718) 


13,506 
(60,076) 


(123) 


1,226 


108,630 
245,618 




(18,718) 


(46,570) 


(123) 


1,226 


354,248 





156 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Kapuskasing 


Kemptville 


Kenora 


Killaloe Stn 


Kincardine 




2,575 


1,038 


4,989 


320 


2,637 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


1,821,741 


833,196 


3,105,963 


165,290 


2,074,075 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


635.306 


282,532 


1.508.864 


67,322 


569,280 


Net fixed assets 


1,186,435 


550,664 


1,597,099 


97,968 


1,504,795 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


140,924 


31,652 


37,454 


38,266 


240,525 


Investments 


— 


65.000 


275,000 


— 


150,000 


Accounts Receivable 


137,601 


18,924 


366,497 


21.968 


98,033 


Inventory 


38,675 


50,694 


41,181 


5,034 


136,245 


Other 


1,470 


1,806 


— 


— 


1,082 


Total Current Assets 


318,670 


168,076 


720,132 


65.268 


625.885 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


1,640 


27,046 


— 


4.225 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


925,797 


564,179 


1,137,870 


77,542 


1.016.291 




TOTAL ASSETS 


2,430,902 


1,284,559 


3,482,147 


240,778 


3,151,1% 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


32.000 


125,000 


188,000 


— 


186,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenture rs 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




32,000 


125,000 


188,000 


— 


186.000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


20,000 


15,000 


33,000 


— 


11,000 


Total 


12,000 


110,000 


155,000 


— 


175.000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


241,536 


116,615 


415,505 


48,618 


256,297 


Other Liabilities 


40,694 


1 ,597 


75,569 


1,510 


65,122 


Total 


282,230 


118,212 


491 ,074 


50.128 


321,419 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


— 


— 


21,023 


934 


25.484 




— 


— 


1,256 


62 


1,238 




_ 


_ 


19,767 


872 


24.246 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


1,210.875 


492.168 


1 ,678,436 


112,236 


1,614,240 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


925,797 


564,179 


1.137,870 


77,542 


1.016,291 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


2,430,902 


1,284,559 


3,482,147 


240,778 


3,151,1% 



Statements B and C 



157 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Kapuskasing 

2,575 


Kemptville 
1,038 


Kenora 
4,989 


Killaloe Stn 

320 


Kincardine 
2,637 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
396,427 

28,610 


$ 
119,204 

4,401 


$ 
427,652 

52,588 


$ 
37,545 

5,864 


$ 
98,699 

607,741 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


425,037 
785,838 


123,605 
368,563 


480,240 
1,198,196 


43,409 
68,827 


706,440 
907,800 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


1,210,875 


492,168 


1,678,436 


112,236 


1,614,240 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,855,290 
58,300 


982,869 
24,557 


3,376,291 
123,489* 


179,736 
1,976 


2,218,540 
82,106 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,913,590 


1,007,426 


3,499,780 


181,712 


2,300,646 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 


1,489,310 

167,785 
85,641 
67,524 
70,600 
34 


796,792 

33,927 
37,732 
47,733 
27,047 
13,000 


2,672,255 

311,221 
157,419 
103,783 
119,583 
13,587 


126,261 

10,529 
11,810 
7,324 
6,930 


1,901,366 

88,584 
59,317 
39,174 
65,320 
19,469 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,880,894 


956,231 


3,377,848 


162,854 


2,173,230 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


32,696 


51,195 
9,458 


121,932 


18,858 


127,416 




NET INCOME 


32,696 


41,737 


121,932 


18,858 


127,416 






20,000 
12,696 


14,000 

27,737 


31,000 
90,932 


18,858 


10,000 
117,416 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




32,696 


41,737 


121,932 


18,858 


127,416 





158 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Kingston 


Kingsville 


Kirkfield 


Kitchener 
Wilmot 


L Orignal 




22,003 


2,097 


128 


48,800 


661 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




15,097,153 


1,495,572 


58 251 


47,502,034 
16,461,461 


492,319 
154,916 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


6,430,319 


528,218 


23,416 




8,666,834 


967,354 


34 835 


31,040,573 


337,403 


CURRENT ASSETS 








Cash and Bank 


1,782,444 


50 


4,512 


334,309 


14,932 


Investments 


12,000 


58,500 


3,000 


7,800,000 


— 




1,649,393 


66,966 


300 


3,694,423 


9,440 
5,422 


Inventory 


564,070 


35,214 




1,467,813 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


82,423 


— 




4,007,907 


160,730 


7,812 


13,378 968 


29,794 
2,113 


OTHER ASSETS 




26,125 


3,500 


1,488,889 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


11,122,622 


793,533 


39,387 


27,812,414 


177,115 




TOTAL ASSETS 


23,797,363 


1,947,742 


85,534 


73,720,844 


546,425 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


1,869,100 


56,632 


— 


2,552,130 


32,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




1,869,100 


56,632 


— 


2,552,130 


32,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


172,900 


9,537 


— 


284,841 


6,000 


Total 


1,696,200 


47,095 


— 


2,267,289 


26,000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


1,932,666 


150,643 


6,388 


5,011,160 


80,704 


Other Liabilities 


27,691 


58,400 


3,500 


1.083,530 


6,027 




Total 


1,960,357 


209,043 


9,888 


6,094,690 


86,731 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


50,173 


74,027 


400 


176,252 


2,209 




2,859 


6,637 


48 


12,161 


160 






47,314 


67,390 


352 


164,091 


2,049 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


8,970,870 


830,681 


35,907 


37,382,360 


254,530 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


11,122,622 


793,533 


39,387 


27,812,414 


177,115 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


23,797,363 


1,947,742 


85,534 


73,720,844 


546,425 



Statements B and C 



159 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Kingston 
22,003 


Kingsville 
2,097 


Kirkfield 

128 


Kitchener 
Wilmot 
48,800 


L Orignal 
661 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 

CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 

3,151,058 

91,585 


$ 

114,551 

252,323 


$ 

5,766 

10,027 


$ 

7,871,413 

2,341,206 


$ 

49,122 

88,699 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


3,242,643 
5,728,227 


366,874 
463,807 


15,793 
20,114 


10,212,619 
27,169,741 


137,821 
116,709 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


8,970,870 


830,681 


35,907 


37,382,360 


254,530 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


19,195,120 
594,731 


1,353,861 

27,488 


61,484 
1,558 


47,616,039 
1,659,779 


562,508 
5,406 


TOTAL REVENUE 


19,789,851 


1,381,349 


63,042 


49,275,818 


567,914 




EXPENSE 


16,295,400 

1,016,993 
703,109 
654,524 
481,931 
172,375 


1,107,594 

155,491 
42,021 
46,028 
49,947 
5,463 


59,638 

144 
1,807 
2,422 
2,398 


40,965,722 

2,083,476 

885,857 

1,313,897 

1,570,655 

241,714 


467,354 

10,605 
22,674 
16,168 
16,658 
9,912 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


19,324,332 


1,406,544 


66,409 


47,061,321 


543,371 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


465,519 


(25,195) 


(3,367) 


2,214,497 
659,434 


24,543 




NET INCOME 


465.519 


(25,195) 


(3,367) 


1.555,063 


24,543 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


161,800 
303,719 


8,761 
(33,956) 


(3,367) 


339,900 
1,215,163 


5,000 
19,543 




465,519 


(25,195) 


(3,367) 


1,555,063 


24,543 





160 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Lakefield 


Lanark 


Lancaster 


Larder Lake 
Twp. 


Latchford 




1,066 


363 


283 


484 


198 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


821,586 


212,557 


174,616 


199,816 


113.465 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


297,903 


• 65,026 


54,815 


92,077 


54,709 


Net fixed assets 


523,683 


147.531 


119,801 


107,739 


58,756 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


104,199 


18.615 


34,070 


13,768 


18,577 


Investments 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




2,105 


26,549 


6,232 


5,277 


8,525 


Inventory 


35,169 


3,720 


4,895 


— 


— 


Other 


652 


— 


— 


66 


555 


Total Current Assets 


142,125 


48,884 


45.197 


19.111 


27,657 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


— 


2,000 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


452,087 


132,838 


103.787 


165,682 


50,730 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,117,895 


329,253 


270.785 


292,532 


137,143 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


6,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




6.000 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


6.000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 














79,707 
7,484 


31,456 
1.895 


23,238 
2,285 


35,177 
4,879 


9.925 
740 






Total 


87.191 


33.351 


25.523 


40.056 


10,665 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 














28.412 
2.298 


16,936 
689 


532 
23 


938 
38 


560 

22 


Less Amortization 




26.114 


16.247 


509 


900 


538 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


552,503 


146,817 


140.966 


85.894 


75,210 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


452.087 


132.838 


103,787 


165.682 


50,730 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,117,895 


329,253 


270,785 


292,532 


137,143 



Statements B and C 



161 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Lakefield 
1,066 


Lanark 
363 


Lancaster 

283 


Larder Lake 
Twp. 

484 


Latchford 
198 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 

CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
52,500 

95,910 


$ 
7,317 

7,179 


$ 
8,917 

27,168 


$ 
15,753 

7,045 


$ 
18,901 

6,945 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


148,410 
404,093 


14,496 
132,321 


36,085 
104,881 


22,798 
63,096 


25,846 
49,364 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


552,503 


146,817 


140,966 


85,894 


75,210 


li STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


833,803 
26,765 


252,346 
4,847 


228,772 
3,058 


273,232 
1,735 


107,798 
1,219 


TOTAL REVENUE 


860,568 


257,193 


231,830 


274,967 


109,017 




EXPENSE 


745,424 

28,145 
19,189 
45,177 
29,316 
1,598 


209,257 

7,522 
13,571 
9,654 
8,120 


184,100 

5,773 
9,864 
6,365 
6,961 
202 


219,987 

19,232 
17,064 
11,895 
8,708 

14 


84,353 

3,668 

2,159 

4,015 

4,719 

521 


Local Generation 


Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


868,849 


248,124 


213,265 


276,900 


99,435 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(8,281) 


9,069 


18,565 


(1,933) 


9,582 




NET INCOME 


(8,281) 


9,069 


18,565 


(1,933) 


9,582 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


5,000 
(13,281) 


9,069 


18,565 


(1,933) 


9,582 




(8,281) 


9,069 


18,565 


(1,933) 


9,582 





162 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Leamington 

4,314 


Lincoln 
1,646 


Lindsay 
5,223 


Listowel 
1,963 


London 

87,104 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

3,333,359 
1,117,475 


$ 

764,261 
362,213 


$ 

4,577,356 
1,630,898 


$ 
1,455,676 
482,507 


$ 

80,682,844 
29,026,723 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


2,215,884 

264,392 
200,000 
61,656 
264,797 


402,048 

53,026 

75,000 

7,821 

4,041 

1,995 


2,946,458 

109,559 
500,000 
35,145 
183,769 


973,169 

155,806 

8,575 

52,318 

2,754 


51,656,121 

987,789 

2,665,270 

5,045,857 

4,048,212 

84,514 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


790,845 
2,118,713 


141.883 
512,143 


828,473 
3,118,194 


219,453 

4,201 

1 ,304,883 


12,831,642 
4,052,827 
40,425,660 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


5,125,442 


1,056,074 


6,893,125 


2,501,706 


108,966,250 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


- 


39,000 


45,000 


89,000 


5,710,629 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


39,000 
3,000 


45,000 
7,000 


89,000 
7,000 


5,710,629 
615,163 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


334,620 
120,861 


36,000 

135,917 
5,430 


38,000 

483,484 
324,465 


82,000 

192,367 
3,461 


5,095,466 

8,277,439 
505,619 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


455,481 

55,091 
3,480 


141,347 

836 
517 


807,949 

42,986 
2,307 


195,828 

34,666 
2,971 


8,783,058 

1,473,350 
70,156 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


51,611 

2,499,637 
2,118,713 


319 

366,265 
512,143 


40,679 

2,888,303 
3,118,194 


31,695 

887,300 
1 ,304,883 


1,403,194 

53,258,872 
40,425,660 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


5,125,442 


1,056,074 


6,893,125 


2,501,706 


108,966,250 



Statements B and C 



163 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Leamington 
4,314 


Lincoln 
1,646 


Lindsay 
5,223 


Listowel 
1,963 


London 

87,104 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
126,100 

224,853- 


$ 
48,500 

91,083 


$ 

185,000 

202,013 


$ 
143,673 

109,179 


$ 
13,233,490 

6,893,891 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


350,953 
2,148,684 


139,583 
226,682 


387,013 
2,501,290 


252,852 
634,448 


20,127,381 
33,131,491 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


2,499,637 


366,265 


2,888,303 


887,300 


53,258,872 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


3,559,859 
96,808 


900,998 
27,992 


5,030,871 
186,984 


2,149,906 
56,223 


72,282,427 
2,312,470 


TOTAL REVENUE 


3,656,667 


928,990 


5,217,855 


2,206,129 


74,594,897 




EXPENSE 


3,096,384 

103,051 
79,932 
94,527 

117,346 


747,849 

53,232 
63,203 
31,703 
28,503 
4,364 


4,432,240 

269,712 
171,757 
99,624 
166,758 
9,061 


1,782,147 

118,507 
45,070 
66,622 
53,587 
12,357 


62,112,583 

2,934,284 
1,650,657 
1,745,182 
2,663,065 

223,972 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


3,491,240 


928,854 


5,149,152 


2,078,290 


71,329,743 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


165,427 


136 


68,703 


127,839 
(20,235) 


3,265,154 
(54,205) 






NET INCOME 


165,427 


136 


68,703 


148,074 


3,319,359 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


165,427 


3,000 
(2,864) 


6,000 
62,703 


6,000 
142,074 


633,260 
2,686,099 




165,427 


136 


68,703 


148,074 


3,319,359 





164 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Lucan 


Lucknow 


Madoc 


Magnetawan 


Markdale 




629 


575 


646 


142 


644 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


426.675 


313,406 


531,464 


122,260 


466,472 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


141,842 


98,021 


210,520 


39,738 


138,682 


Net fixed assets 


284,833 


215,385 


320,944 


82,522 


327,790 


CURRENT ASSETS 














16,968 


19,994 


37,665 


7,734 


59,084 


Investments 


20,000 


35,000 








Accounts Receivable 


5,450 


10,901 


10,162 


2,692 


13,733 


Inventory 


1,451 


6,850 


4,095 


416 


26,509 


Other 


— 


24 


— 


965 


1,000 


Total Current Assets 


43,869 


72,769 


51,922 


11,807 


100,326 


OTHER ASSETS 




7,943 


— 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


243,029 


278,042 


287,718 


28,634 


266,754 




TOTAL ASSETS 


571,731 


574,139 


660,584 


122,963 


694,870 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


— 


— 


48,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


48,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,000 


Total 


— 


— 


— 


— 


46,000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


44,912 


33,304 


44,262 


11,884 


45,234 


Other Liabilities 


948 


373 


8,930 


— 


19,788 


Total 


45,860 


33,677 


53,192 


11,884 


65,022 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


628 


1,879 


24,485 


19,399 


8,850 




36 


155 


2,070 


2,307 


363 






592 


1,724 


22,415 


17,092 


8,487 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


282,250 


260,696 


297,259 


65,353 


308,607 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


243,029 


278,042 


287,718 


28,634 


266,754 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


571,731 


574,139 


660,584 


122,963 


694,870 



Statements B and C 



165 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Lucan 
629 


Lucknow 

575 


Madoc 
646 


Magnetawan 
142 


Markdale 

644 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
11,214 

81,993 


$ 
17,614 

37,471 


$ 
34,000 

11,553 


$ 
21,049 

26,307 


$ 
18,370 

18,412 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


93,207 
189,043 


55,085 
205,611 


45,553 
251,706 


47,356 
17,997 


36,782 
271 ,825 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


282,250 


260,696 


297,259 


65,353 


308,607 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


476,735 
13,457 


365,543 
7,626 


458,180 
6,830 


64,191 
404 


539,321 
8,686 


TOTAL REVENUE 


490.192 


373,169 


465,010 


64,595 


548,007 


EXPENSE 
Power Purchased 


397,594 

25,007 
15,441 
21,060 
14,658 


310,716 

12,577 
13,172 
9,967 
11,626 


389,312 

8,027 
18,526 

8,436 

20,569 

67 


55,293 

1,832 
1,747 
1,158 
4,173 
134 


448,016 

29,431 
16,837 
14,598 
17,568 
4,509 




Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


473,760 


358,058 


444,937 


64,337 


530,959 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


16,432 


15,111 


20,073 


258 


17,048 




NET INCOME 


16,432 


15,111 


20,073 


258 


17,048 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


16,432 


15,111 


20,073 


258 


2,000 
15,048 


Net Income 


16,432 


15,111 


20,073 


258 


17,048 



166 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Markham 


Marmora 


Martintown 


Massey 


Maxville 




27,378 


648 


122 


489 


382 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


39,943,846 


429,923 


55,981 


315,277 


231 ,697 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


3,475,585 


169,209 


33,674 


112,613 


87.823 


Net fixed assets 


36.468,261 


260,714 


22,307 


202.664 


143,874 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


13,898 


9,763 


2.774 


5,437 


683 


Investments 




49,682 


1.500 


55,000 


8.000 


Accounts Receivable 


8,685,115 


4,750 


8,495 


16,115 


10,620 


Inventory 


1 ,838.064 


8.146 






6,573 


Other 


111,656 


5,215 


33 


— 


— 




10,648.733 


77.556 


12.802 


76.552 


25,876 


OTHER ASSETS 


349.608 










EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


8,199,044 


216,385 


41,321 


151.557 


171,421 




TOTAL ASSETS 


55,665,646 


554,655 


76,430 


430,773 


341,171 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


20.447,126 


26.000 


— 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




20.447,126 


26.000 


— 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


739,712 


3.000 


— 


— 


— 


Total 


19.707,414 


23.000 


_ 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


9,865,613 


59.343 


6.389 


42.114 


15.657 


Other Liabilities 


546,730 


5.645 


— 


1.075 


715 


Total 


10,412,343 


64.988 


6.389 


43.189 


16,372 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


12,82-7,201 


6.007 


— 


1.106 


7.916 




709.769 


335 


— 


49 


916 






12,117.432 


5.672 


— 


1.057 


7,000 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


5.229,413 


244,610 


28.720 


234.970 


146,378 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO . 


8,199,044 


216,385 


41.321 


151.557 


171,421 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


55,665,646 


554,655 


76,430 


430,773 


341,171 



Statements B and C 



167 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Markham 
27,378 


Marmora 
648 


Martintown 
122 


Massey 

489 


Maxville 

382 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
699,934 

3,424,963 


$ 
29,092 

21,445 


.$ 
5,347 

843 


$ 
42,448 

10,397 


$ 
13,642 

9,847 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


4,124,897 
1,104,516 


50,537 
194,073 


6,190 

22,530 


52,845 
182,125 


23,489 
122,889 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUrTY 


5,229,413 


244,610 


28,720 


234,970 


146,378 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


27,577,532 
579,503 


383,754 
13,300 


60,846 
1,593 


387,160 
10,759 


268,076 
3,231 


TOTAL REVENUE 


28,157,035 


397,054 


62,439 


397,919 


271,307 




EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


21,649,531 

1,582,402 
706,461 
881 ,449 
671,369 

1,725,900 


319,291 

13,588 
13,133 
24,056 
17,669 
2,437 


51,081 

3,755 
4,059 

841 
2,428 

175 


294,539 

24,010 
11,598 
12,761 
11,753 


226,645 

4,122 
11,956 
2,706 
9,352 
151 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


27,217,112 


390,174 


62,339 


354,661 


254,932 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


939,923 


6,880 


100 


43,258 


16,375 




NET INCOME 


939,923 


6,880 


100 


43,258 


16,375 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


339,424 
600,499 


2,000 
4,880 


100 


43,258 


16,375 


Net Income 


939,923 


6,880 


100 


43,258 


16,375 



168 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


McGarry Twp. 


Meaford 


Merlin 


Merrickville 


Midland 


Number of Customers 


421 


1,912 


298 


441 


4,566 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




176,103 


1 ,237,476 


181,938 


261 ,762 


2,881 898 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


89,058 


423,845 


106,755 


77,650 


1,299,143 


Net fixed assets 


87,045 


813,631 


75,183 


184,112 


1,582,755 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


5,759 


123,071 


16,029 


22,938 


377,572 


Investments 


11,700 


10,000 


20,000 


— 


500,000 




742 


32,891 


3,902 


75,843 


86,995 


Inventory 


— 


90,547 


2,646 


— 


143,195 


Other 


461 


5,262 


— 


— 


5,445 


Total Current Assets 


18,662 


261,771 


42,577 


98,781 


1,113,207 


OTHER ASSETS 


148,414 


56,884 
933,297 


119,122 


144,695 


3,275 
3,015,516 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


254,121 


2,065,583 


236,882 


427,588 


5,714,753 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


82,000 


— 


— 


136,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 














— 


— 


— 


— 


— 






— 


82,000 


— 


— 


136,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


6,000 


— 


— 


15,000 


Total 


— 


76,000 


_ 


— 


121.000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


19,474 


131,854 


11,496 


70,673 


568,187 




2,526 


1,128 


575 


680 


14,003 




Total 


22,000 


132,982 


12,071 


71,353 


582,190 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


— 


5,452 


— 


— 


750 




— 


322 


— 


— 


75 






_ 


5,130 


— 


— 


675 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


83,707 


918,174 


105,689 


211,540 


1,995,372 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


148,414 


933,297 


119,122 


144,695 


3,015,516 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


254,121 


2,065,583 


236,882 


427,588 


5,714,753 



Statements B and C 



169 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


McGarry Twp. 

421 


Meaford 
1,912 


Merlin 
298 


Merrickville 

441 


Midland 
4,566 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 

CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
13,782 

6,273 


$ 
156,237 

107,901 


$ 
13,122 

24,071 


$ 
24,647 

8,211 


$ 
224,000 

26,525 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


20,055 
63,652 


264,138 
654,036 


37,193 
68,496 


32,858 
178,682 


250,525 
1,744,847 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


83,707 


918,174 


105,689 


211,540 


1,995,372 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


217,292 
3,513 


1,512,145 
45,660 


150,128 
9,801 


389,228 
4,355 


4,364,773 
128,357 


TOTAL REVENUE 


220,805 


1,557,805 


159,929 


393,583 


4,493,130 


EXPENSE 


183,385 

10,400 
10,050 
6,842 
7,859 

456 


1,261,931 

93,893 
35,733 
63,149 
40,859 
8,167 


122,080 

4,064 
6,111 
13,136 

6,274 


331,100 

5,569 
11,395 
16,519 
10,866 


3,938,706 

144,886 
82,467 
90,834 

108,518 
12,919 






Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


218,992 


1,503,732 


151,665 


375,449 


4,378,330 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


1,813 


54,073 


8,264 


18,134 
(58,693) 


114,800 




NET INCOME 


1,813 


54,073 


8,264 


76,827 


114,800 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


1,813 


6,000 

48,073 


8,264 


76,827 


14,000 
100,800 


Net Income 


1,813 


54,073 


8,264 


76,827 


114,800 



170 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Mildmay 
442 


Millbrook 
426 


Milton 
9,765 


Milverton 

557 


Mississauga 
86,070 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

236,770 
50,878 


$ 
282,340 
75,238 


$ 
13,133,040 
3,042,379 


$ 
343,177 
106,562 


$ 
124,244,343 
23,530,201 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


185,892 
136 

1,999 

4,071 


207,102 

4,004 

58,645 

2,266 

2,846 

941 


10,090,661 

562,139 
250,000 
570,447 
93,529 
13,704 


236,615 

100 

30,000 

1,577 

1,684 

211 


100,714,142 

29,518 

14,956,049 

5,287,755 

3,347,165 

196,179 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




6,206 

1,827 

137,050 


68,702 
128,930 


1,489,819 

16,640 

3,097,726 


33,572 
352,458 


23,816,666 

1 ,530,824 

40,116,233 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


330,975 


404,734 


14,694,846 


622,645 


166,177,865 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debentures 


22,500 


19,200 


3,287,632 


- 


22,892,582 
5,401,435 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


22,500 
2,500 


19,200 
1,500 


3,287,632 
107,835 


— 


17,491,147 
1 ,270,380 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


20,000 
37,984 


17,700 

24,780 
2,241 


3,179,797 

1,314,708 
95,965 


9,848 
1,495 


16,220,767 

13,271,781 
2,808,808 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 

Construction 


37,984 

5,462 
400 


27,021 

1,134 
99 


1,410,673 

1 ,278,695 
93,143 


1 1 .343 

332 
68 


16,080,589 

14,756,111 
823,825 




RESERVES 


5,062 

130,879 
137,050 


1,035 

230,048 
128,930 


1,185,552 

5,821,098 
3,097,726 


264 

258,580 
352,458 


13,932,286 

79,827,990 
40,116,233 


UTILITY EQUITY 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


330,975 


404,734 


14,694,846 


622,645 


166,177,865 



Statements B and C 



171 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Mildmay 

442 


Millbrook 
426 


Milton 
9,765 


Milverton 

557 


Mississauga 
86,070 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
22,804 

3,976 


$ 
14,800 

32,841 


S 
354,087 

1 ,932,501 


$ 
24,260 

23,746 


$ 
11,613,229 

25,023,071 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


26,780 
104,099 


47,641 
182,407 


2,286,588 
3,534,510 


48,006 
210,574 


36,636,300 
43,191,690 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


130,879 


230,048 


5,821,098 


258,580 


79,827,990 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


252,341 
1,173 


276,955 
9,933 


10,489,048 
456,891 


419,683 
6,152 


118,952,379 
3,076,858 


TOTAL REVENUE 


253,514 


286,888 


10,945,939 


425,835 


122,029,237 




EXPENSE 


220,692 

4,973 
8,671 
7,730 
8,591 
5,866 


218,735 

6,734 
13,521 

8,779 
11,223 

2,421 


8,208,725 

405,249 
293,027 
243,649 
397,768 
317,784 


377,560 

9,409 
11,344 

9,349 

11,675 

220 


99,499,218 

3,945,568 
1,462,365 
1,190,712 
3,727,173 
2,019,155 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


256,523 


261,413 


9,866,202 


419,557 


111,844,191 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(3,009) 


25,475 


1,079,737 


6,278 


10,185,046 






NET INCOME 


(3,009) 


25,475 


1 ,079,737 


6,278 


10,185,046 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


2,500 
(5,509) 


1,400 

24,075 


53,841 
1,025,896 


6,278 


1,771,544 
8,413,502 


Net Income 


(3,009) 


25,475 


1,079,737 


6,278 


10,185,046 





172 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Mitchell 


Moorefield 


Morrisburg 


Mount Brydge; 


Mount Forest 




1,259 


155 


1,094 


531 


1,661 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


982,885 


114,507 


678,849 


278.320 


845,312 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


328,036 


45,557 


259.330 


86,826 


316,191 


Net fixed assets 


654,849 


68,950 


419,519 


191,494 


529.121 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


20,870 


9,599 


32,730 


36,868 


99,666 


Investments 


— 


— 


51,625 


20.000 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


18.506 


948 


16,281 


6,493 


66,385 


Inventory 


65,587 


— 


31,960 


— 


138,198 


Other 


— 


35 


— 


— 


2,600 


Total Current Assets 


104,963 


10,582 


132,596 


63,361 


306.849 


OTHER ASSETS 




1,000 


1,168 






EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


689,122 


84,612 


399,854 


140.763 


672.702 


TOTAL ASSETS 


1,448,934 


165,144 


953,137 


395,618 


1,508,672 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


20,300 


— 


17,600 


7,902 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenture rs 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




20,300 


— 


17,600 


7,902 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


3,600 


— 


2,200 


1,678 


— 


Total 


16,700 


_ 


15,400 


6.224 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


105,019 


13,906 


91,405 


25.029 


110,543 




1.556 


157 


22,884 


14,141 


9,191 




Total 


106,575 


14,063 


114,289 


39,170 


119.734 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 














9,412 
609 


- 


1,144 
40 


20,390 
1,486 


15.977 
1,308 








8,803 


— 


1,104 


18.904 


14,669 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


627,734 


66.469 


422,490 


190,557 


701 ,567 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


689.122 


84,612 


399.854 


140,763 


672,702 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,448,934 


165,144 


953,137 


395,618 


1,508,672 



Statements B and C 



173 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Mitchell 
1,259 


Moorefield 
155 


Morrisburg 
1,094 


Mount Brydgei 
531 


Mount Forest 
1,661 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
113,773 

48,613 


$ 
4,500 

99 


$ 
36,036 

100,351 


$ 
25,961 

27,561 


$ 
21,627 

26,398 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


162,386 
465,348 


4,599 
61,870 


136,387 
286,103 


53, c .22 
137,035 


48,025 
653,542 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


627,734 


66,469 


422,490 


190,557 


701,567 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,128,064 
16,092 


140,599 
2,251 


914,003 
11,270 


274,510 
5,080 


1,122,692 
26,441 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,144,156 


142,850 


925,273 


279,590 


1,149,133 


EXPENSE 


959,848 

55,233 
21,775 
70,885 
33,948 
3,360 


127,300 

1,150 

1,135 

603 

4,604 

53 


732,319 

29,143 
38,881 
23,990 
26,292 
2,587 


220,748 

8,627 
8,717 
9,295 
10,310 
919 


965,424 

26,201 
32,885 
22,886 
28,035 
862 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 


Depreciation Less Amortization 

Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,145,049 


134,845 


853,212 


258,616 


1 ,076,293 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(893) 


8,005 


72,061 


20,974 


72,840 
(34,352) 




NET INCOME 


(893) 


8,005 


72,061 


20,974 


107,192 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


2,600 
(3,493) 


8,005 


4,350 
67,711 


1,512 
19,462 


107,192 




(893) 


8,005 


72,061 


20,974 


107,192 





174 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Napanee 


Nepean 


Neustadt 


Newboro 


Newburgh 




2,022 


24,677 


248 


174 


265 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




1,616,285 


25,285,759 


103,192 


80,988 


273,593 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


555,476 


6,911,202 


41,367 


38,167 


117,810 


Net fixed assets 


1 ,060,809 


18,374,557 


61,825 


42,821 


155,783 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


237,721 


1,207,960 


6,403 


17,420 


13,459 


Investments 


— 


1,400,000 


— 


2,000 


15,000 




44,068 


1,110,487 


5,324 


14,386 


3,123 


Inventory 


68,593 


1,512,445 


4,402 




2,000 


Other 


— 


22,191 


— 


— 


— 


Total Current Assets 


350,382 


5,253,083 


16,129 


33,806 


33,582 


OTHER ASSETS 




591,868 








EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1,074,217 


8,827,027 


89,894 


36,965 


70,591 




TOTAL ASSETS 


2,485,408 


33,046,535 


167,848 


113,592 


259,956 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


6,372,782 


— 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


890,991 


— 


— 


— 




— 


5,481,791 


— 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


765,475 


— 


— 


— 


Total 


— 


4,716,316 


— 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


173,478 


3,147,504 


10,098 


9,855 


10,961 


Other Liabilities 


83,572 


484,956 


— 


100 


— 


Total 


257,050 


3,632,460 


10,098 


9,955 


10,961 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


56,023 


1 ,307,480 


— 


— 


23,646 




4,714 


72,401 


— 


— 


2,748 






51,309 


1,235,079 


— 


— 


20,898 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


1,102,832 


14,635,653 


67,856 


66,672 


157,506 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1,074,217 


8,827,027 


89,894 


36,965 


70,591 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


2,485,408 


33,046,535 


167,848 


113,592 


259,956 



Statements B and C 



175 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Napanee 
2,022 


Nepean 
24,677 


Neustadt 

248 


Newborn 

174 


Newburgh 
265 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
70,000 

124,597 


$ 
5,915,536 

4,135,713 


$ 
35,465 


$ 
15,674 

4,557 


$ 
14,000 

6,199 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


194,597 
908,235 


10,051,249 
4,584,404 


35,465 
32,391 


20,231 
46,441 


20,199 
137,307 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


1,102,832 


14,635,653 


67,856 


66,672 


157,506 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,633,549 
83,530 


24,536,288 
662,218 


122,513 
1,050 


84,877 
1,581 


161,671 
5,013 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,717,079 


25,198,506 


123,563 


86,458 


166,684 




EXPENSE 


1,462,890 

75,374 
58,810 
70,136 
60,125 
165 


19,926,032 

1,418,706 
665,135 
545,281 
820,402 
421,783 


99,416 

2,264 
3,579 
2,615 
4,364 

457 


62,192 

3,938 
7,504 
5,795 
3,364 


116,150 

5,467 
6,339 
5,892 
10,089 
219 






Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,727,500 


23,797,339 


112,695 


82,793 


144,156 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(10,421) 
(7) 


1,401,167 
(12,988) 


10,868 


3,665 

(8,507) 


22,528 




NET INCOME 


(10,414) 


1,414,155 


10,868 


12,172 


22,528 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(10,414) 


556,925 
857,230 


10,868 


12,172 


22,528 




(10,414) 


1,414,155 


10,868 


12,172 


22,528 





176 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Newbury 


Newcastle 


Newmarket 


Niagara Falls 


Niagara On 
The Lake 




188 


5,559 


9,712 


26,068 


1,583 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




86,221 


4,492,212 


10,445,465 


22,156,402 


1,152,882 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


37,811 


1,502,837 


2,570,475 


7,024,557 


389,355 


Net fixed assets 


48,410 


2,989,375 


7,874,990 


15,131,845 


763,527 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


1,066 


184,768 


1,196,221 


1,795,163 


112,915 


Investments 


— 


10,000 


— 


2,000,000 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


2,248 


147,312 


666,399 


727,498 


46,410 


Inventory 


200 


180,834 


592,326 


1,102,768 


51,968 


Other 


— 


5,146 


8,816 


149,129 


695 


Total Current Assets 


3,514 


528,060 


2,463,762 


5,774,558 


211,988 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


1,223 


18,419 


580,983 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


60,883 


2,769,858 


3,158,816 


11.051,473 


640,027 


TOTAL ASSETS 


112,807 


6,288,516 


13,515,987 


32,538,859 


1,615,542 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


156,765 


1,481,100 


i 459,650 


43,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


156,765 


1,481,100 


1 ,459,650 


43,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


11,083 


164,200 


119,222 


7,000 


Total 


— 


145,682 


1,316,900 


1 ,340.428 


36,000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


11,666 


531,114 


1,023,246 


367,876 


88,895 


Other Liabilities 


300 


129,856 


211,083 


769,134 


23,622 


Total 


11,966 


660,970 


1,234,329 


1,137,010 


112,517 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


3,830 


50.724 


1,334,804 


129,822 


23,402 




153 


3,536 


87,066 


9,245 


1,002 






3,677 


47,188 


1,247,738 


120,577 


22,400 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


36,281 


2,664,818 


6,558,204 


18,889,371 


804,598 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


60,883 


2,769.858 


3,158,816 


11,051,473 


640,027 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


112,807 


6,288,516 


13,515,987 


32,538,859 


1,615,542 



Statements B and C 



111 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Newbury 
188 


Newcastle 
5,559 


Newmarket 
9,712 


Niagara Falls 
26,068 


Niagara On 
The Lake 

1,583 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
9,754 

3,415 


$ 
288,774 

719,052 


$ 
1,043,994 

2,173,760 


$ 
3,035,146 

1,629,285 


$ 
125,423 

185,586 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


13,169 
23,112 


1,007,826 
1,656,992 


3,217,754 
3,340,450 


4,664,431 
14,224,940 


311,009 
493,589 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


36,281 


2,664,818 


6,558,204 


18,889,371 


804,598 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


101,548 

715 


4,863,331 
158,220 


8,007,425 
362,749 


18,473,185 
885,029 


1,077,414 
26,610 


TOTAL REVENUE 


102,263 


5,021,551 


8,370,174 


19,358,214 


1,104,024 


EXPENSE 


86,400 

362 
4,290 
6,853 
3,519 


4,212,185 

217,634 
119,490 
153,701 
165,003 
29,654 


6,519,217 

292,770 
210,058 
185,798 
335,840 
193,271 


15,519,754 

1,01 8,030 
635,614 
421,524 
705,429 
146,745 


831,029 

75,272 
45,464 
87,444 
35,900 
5,087 


Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


101,424 


4,897,667 


7,736,954 


18,447,096 


1,080,196 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


839 


123,884 
51,505 


633,220 
(50,215) 


911,118 
7,419 


23,828 
6,673 




NET INCOME 


839 


72,379 


683,435 


903,699 


17,155 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


839 


10,992 
61,387 


162,164 
521,271 


104,507 
799,192 


6,000 

11,155 


Net Income 


839 


•72,379 


683,435 


903,699 


17,155 



178 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Nipigon Twp. 
905 


North Bay 
18,648 


North York 
141,862 


Norwich 
1,302 


Norwood 

534 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

504,578 
266,811 


$ 

17,365,585 
6,305,906 


$ 
166,218,850 
45,255,481 


$ 

720,959 
277,834 


$ 

319,484 
160,397 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


237,767 

96,664 

14,770 

28,632 

3,566 


11,059,679 

3,950 

1,500,000 

756,539 

442,504 

11,700 


120.963,369 

1.813 
20,387,823 
9.162,137 
3,799,050 

4,530 


443,125 

91 ,254 

7,500 

17,769 

271 


159,087 

19,140 
23,000 
10,913 

225 


Investments 


I nventory 

Other 




143,632 
423,904 


2,714,693 

437,917 

7,923,771 


33,355,353 

5,252,059 

71,215,293 


1 16,794 
484,875 


53,278 
191,869 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO. ... 




TOTAL ASSETS 


805,303 


22,136,060 


230,786,074 


1,044,794 


404,234 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


- 


4.200,655 


6,653,609 
2.569,611 


20,703 


- 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


4.200,655 
291 .569 


4,083,998 
309,597 


20.703 
7,109 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


60.037 
4,298 


3.909,086 

2,099.649 
371 ,634 


3,774,401 

16,196,367 

5,220,911 


13,594 

64.251 
25.468 


31 .779 
1,001 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


64,335 

6.693 

262 


2,471,283 

246,358 
11.725 


21,417.278 

1 ,752,520 
106,327 


89,719 

1,319 
75 


32,780 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


6.431 

310.633 
423,904 


234.633 

7,597,287 
7.923,771 


1,646,193 

132,732,909 
71,215,293 


1,244 

455,362 
484,875 


179.585 
191.869 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


805,303 


22,136,060 


230,786,074 


1,044,794 


404,234 



Statements B and C 



179 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 





Nipigon Twp. 
905 


North Bay 
18,648 


North York 
141,862 


Norwich 
1,302 


Norwood 

534 






B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
10,000 

16,664 


$ 
2,939,474 

366,445 


$ 
15,280,583 

5,644,332 


$ 
54,513 

61,495 


$ 
55,100 

56,817 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


26,664 
283,969 


3,305,919 
4,291,368 


20,924,915 
111,807,994 


116,008 
339,354 


111,917 
67,668 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


310,633 


7,597,287 


132,732,909 


455,362 


179,585 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


646,297 
22,928 


16,885,789 
730,495 


165,923,902 
6,183,454 


693,466 
30,624 


334,028 
13,012 


TOTAL REVENUE 


669,225 


17,616,284 


172,107,356 


724,090 


347,040 




EXPENSE 


522,623 

73,769 
39,825 
35,777 
18,173 


13,598,922 

1,210,120 
748,741 
562,760 
729,594 
505,375 


140,204,972 

7,975,857 
3,600,368 
5,587,647 
6,522,869 
397,694 


525,396 

56,665 
33,731 
33,322 
26,440 
2,271 


306,065 

16,797 
10,948 
14,630 
14,982 


Local Generation 


Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


690,167 


17,355,512 


164,289,407 


677,825 


363,422 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(20,942) 


260,772 


7,817,949 


46,265 
6,376 


(16,382) 
5,212 




NET INCOME 


(20,942) 


260,772 


7,817,949 


39,889 


(21,594) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(20,942) 


264,414 
(3,642) 


334,611 
7,483,338 


5,665 

34,224 


(21,594) 




(20,942) 


260,772 


7,817,949 


39,889 


(21 ,594) 





180 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Oakville 


Oil Springs 


Omemee 


Orange ville 


Orillia 


Number of Customers 


22,926 


337 


384 


4,855 


9,114 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




39,734,367 
9,478,142 


162,508 


266,864 


3 365,020 


16 502 110 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


79,299 


95,200 


1,043,144 


5.590,409 


Net fixed assets 


30,256,225 


83,209 


171,664 


2,321,876 


10,911,701 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


1,310 


18,379 


32,039 


875,640 


1,143,292 


Investments 


9,025,000 


7,000 


— 


— 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


1,467,379 


3,515 


10,581 


26.170 


748,000 


Inventory 


1,211,911 


— 


4,027 


163,526 


542,791 


Other 


27,471 


— 


— 


12,856 


— 


Total Current Assets 


11,733,071 


28,894 


46,647 


1,078,192 


2,434,083 


OTHER ASSETS 


638,165 


— 


50 


14,670 


284,590 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


15,553,877 


129,650 


125,970 


1,612,602 


2,742,452 




TOTAL ASSETS 


58,181,338 


241,753 


344,331 


5,027,340 


16,372,826 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


4,066,412 


— 


8,300 


37,000 


3,710,167 


Less Sinking Fund on 














— 


— 


— 


— 


— 






4,066,412 


— 


8.300 


37,000 


3,710,167 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


306,728 


— 


500 


10,000 


237,687 


Total 


3,759.684 


— 


7.800 


27,000 


3,472,480 


LIABILITIES 














4,596,762 
701 ,966 


1 1 .488 
630 


21,871 
1,823 


354,643 
93.342 


1.138.426 
116,482 




Total 


5.298,728 


12,118 


23,694 


447.985 


1,254.908 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


2,721,761 


— 


3,339 


134,453 


— 




174,057 


— 


320 


7,545 


— 






2,547,704 


_ 


3,019 


126.908 


— 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


222.731 


UTILITY EQUITY 


31,021,345 


99,985 


183,848 


2.812.845 


8.680,255 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


15,553.877 


129,650 


125,970 


1,612.602 


2,742,452 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


58,181,338 


241,753 


344,331 


5,027,340 


16,372,826 



Statements B and C 



181 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Oakville 
22,926 


Oil Springs 

337 


Omemee 

384 


Orangeville 

4,855 


Orillia 
9,114 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
4,541,908 

6.004,650 


$ 
16,721 

5,065 


$ 
13,700 

20,017 


$ 
186,594 

919,210 


$ 
4,087,927 

461 ,777 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


10,546,558 
20,474,787 


21,786 
78,199 


33,717 
150,131 


1,105,804 
1,707,041 


4,549,704 
4,130,551 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUrTY 


31,021,345 


99,985 


183,848 


2,812,845 


8,680,255 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


36,707,872 
2,235,157 


129,391 
3,348 


281,283 
5,450 


3,859,949 
154,827 


8,308,725 
254,227 


TOTAL REVENUE 


38,943,029 


132,739 


286,733 


4,014,776 


8.562,952 


EXPENSE 
Power Purchased 


31,562,988 

1,369,855 
727,486 
634,613 

1,213,841 
472,722 


114,816 

3,964 
6,597 
7,901 
6,408 


223,078 

7,294 
14,951 

8,466 
11,064 

1,117 


3,248,505 

149,920 
154,099 
67,173 
123,535 
3,226 


5,295,185 
707,202 
599,667 
296,994 
230,078 
512,152 
379,203 


Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


35,981,505 


139,686 


265,970 


3,746,458 


8,020,481 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


2,961,524 


(6,947) 


20,763 


268,318 


542,471 
9,000 




NET INCOME 


2,961,524 


(6,947) 


20,763 


268,318 


533,471 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


278,688 
2,682,836 


(6,947) 


400 
20,363 


10,000 
258,318 


218,403 
315,068 


Net Income 


2,961,524 


(6,947) 


20,763 


268,318 


533,471 



182 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Oshawa 
36,902 


Ottawa 

113,454 


Owen Sound 
7,374 


Paisley 
504 


Palmerston 

871 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
32,913,416 
9,212,743 


$ 

115,515,818 
26,670,083 


$ 

6,013,283 
2,015,380 


$ 

326,681 
95,415 


$ 

629,166 
270,171 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


23,700,673 

3,415 

3,366,619 

3,346,614 

1,187,736 

11,149 


88,845,735 

33,687 

13,187,506 

7,619,997 

3,846,035 

66,410 


3,997,903 

385,641 

716,361 

262,761 

6,168 


231,266 

32,977 

14,896 
19,8% 


358,995 

24,841 

4,070 

8,538 

461 


I nvestments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 


7,915,533 

46,271 

22,929,980 


24,753,635 

5,545,012 

55,626,122 


1 ,370,931 

10,834 

4,347,936 


67,769 
197,298 


37,910 
419,990 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


54,592,457 


174,770,504 


9,727,604 


496,333 


816,895 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


1,061,300 


8,885,935 


310,000 


3,000 


- 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


1,061,300 
147,300 


8,885,935 
400,000 


310,000 
24,000 


3,000 
3,000 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


914,000 

4,418,000 
1,375,900 


8,485,935 

12,468,412 
1 ,983,847 


286,000 

799,266 
225,004 


33,325 
2,430 


3,984 
3,914 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


5,793,900 

890,284 
47,856 


14,452,259 

3,769,278 
216,210 


1,024,270 

15,211 
949 


35,755 


7,898 

6,322 
252 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


842,428 

24,112,149 
22,929,980 


3,553,068 

92,653,120 
55,626,122 


14,262 

4,055,136 
4,347,936 


263,280 
197,298 


6,070 

382,937 
419,990 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


54,592,457 


174,770,504 


9,727,604 


496,333 


816,895 



Statements B and C 



183 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Oshawa 
36,902 


Ottawa 

113,454 


Owen Sound 

7,374 


Paisley 
504 


Palmerston 

871 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
2,070,883 

2,854,490 


$ 

11,604,898 

10,547,515 


$ 
248,372 

172,860 


$ 

35,623 

36,754 


$ 
62,000 

30,315 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


4,925,373 
19,186,776 


22,152,413 
70,500,707 


421,232 
3,633,904 


72,377 
190,903 


92,315 
290,622 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


24,112,149 


92,653,120 


4,055,136 


263,280 


382,937 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


43,434,055 
765,197 


116,735,542 
3,529,442 


7,248,654 
153,643 


361,876 
9,375 


554,402 
20,680 






TOTAL REVENUE 


44,199,252 


120,264,984 


7,402,297 


371,251 


575,082 




EXPENSE 


37,696,403 

1,550,786 
1,349,697 

699,680 
1,099,443 

136,788 


99,890,514 
814,903 
7,668,907 
2,976,126 
1,275,026 
3,690,178 
291,475 


6,178,523 

336,408 
198,949 
156,539 
220,578 
46,059 


299,444 

11,852 
14,631 
19,445 
12,271 
427 


434,554 

42,355 
22,679 
33,360 
21,003 
240 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


42,532,797 


116,607,129 


7,137,056 


358,070 


554,191 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


1,666,455 


3,657,855 


265,241 


13,181 


20,891 




NET INCOME 


1,666,455 


3,657,855 


265,241 


13,181 


20,891 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


136,600 
1,529,855 


464,665 
3,193,190 


21,000 
244,241 


3,000 
10,181 


2,600 
18,291 




1,666,455 


3,657,855 


265,241 


13,181 


20,891 





184 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Paris 


Parkhill 


Parry Sound 


Pelham 


Pembroke 




2,874 


585 


2,833 


1,115 


5,687 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities 

Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


$ 
2,429,138 
815,804 


$ 
549,911 
193,857 


$ 
2,791,255 
1,043,426 


$ 
707,209 
313,549 


$ 
6,258,710 
3,109,173 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash and Bank 

Investments 


1,613,334 

209,057 

56,451 
99,936 


356,054 

73,772 
20,000 
23,059 
3,345 


1,747,829 

81,484 
330,000 

28,567 

100,802 

1,687 


393,660 

51,457 
28,019 
114,722 


3,149,537 

332,983 

167,836 
254,407 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


365,444 
1 ,299,388 


120,176 

1,480 

299,368 


542,540 

70,495 

779,042 


194,198 

3,000 

314,804 


755,226 

288,453 

1,234,233 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


3,278,166 


777,078 


3,139,906 


905,662 


5,427,449 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


20,000 


103,000 


167,443 


70,416 


1,457,609 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


20.000 
6,000 


103,000 
5,000 


167.443 
7,131 


70.416 
9,083 


1,457,609 
171,205 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


14,000 

158,861 
54,002 


98,000 

57,250 
1,770 


160,312 

241 ,762 
57,280 


61,333 

75,172 
6,150 


1,286,404 

614,937 
60,501 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


212,863 

26,741 
1,974 


59,020 

6,125 
336 


299,042 

64,039 
5,359 


81,322 

25,040 
1,710 


675,438 

74,975 
3,562 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


24,767 

1,727,148 
1,299,388 


5,789 

314,901 
299,368 


58,680 

1 ,842,830 
779,042 


23,330 

424,873 
314,804 


71,413 

2,159,961 
1,234,233 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


3,278,166 


777,078 


3,139,906 


905,662 


5,427,449 



Statements B and C 



185 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Paris 

2,874 


Parkhill 

585 


Parry Sound 

2,833 


Pelham 
1,115 


Pembroke 
5,687 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
229,013 

262,478 


$ 
46,773 

22,663 


$ 
470,810 

38,660 


$ 
89,756 

52,420 


$ 
1,382,311 

206,736 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 




Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


491,491 
1,235,657 


69,436 

245,465 


509,470 
1,333,360 


142,176 
282,697 


1,589,047 
570,914 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


1,727,148 


314,901 


1,842,830 


424,873 


2,159,961 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,884,994 
58,607 


490,181 
21,749 


2,326,553 
108,964 


647,006 
25,546 


4,814,614 
149,661 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,943,601 


511,930 


2,435,517 


672,552 


4,964,275 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 

Depreciation Less Amortization 


1,495,476 

127,137 
53,487 
58,455 
86,986 
2,652 


398,350 

21,365 

15,543 
13,107 
19,809 

1 1 ,475 


1,842,614 
54,846 

121,072 
63,556 
47,368 

102,469 
20,861 


493,032 

32,656 
28,930 
28,332 
31,187 
8,319 


3,638,768 
12,200 
186,805 
159,089 
154,678 
210,087 
118,721 




TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,824,193 


479,649 


2,252.786 


622,456 


4,480,348 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


119,408 


32,281 
2,962 


182,731 
17,624 


50,096 


483,927 
1,286 




NET INCOME 


119,408 


29,319 


165,107 


50,096 


482,641 




6,000 
113,408 


5,000 
24,319 


165,107 


8,083 
42,013 


162,285 
320,356 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


119,408 


29,319 


165,107 


50,096 


482,641 



186 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Penetang- 
uishene 


Perth 


Peterborough 


Petrolia 


Pickering 




1,874 


2,785 


22,656 


1,717 


12,866 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




1,364,824 


2,175,555 


27,949,589 


1,437,261 


10,055,566 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


512,991 


841,096 


11,209,748 


602,872 


1,007,883 




851,833 


1,334,459 


16,739,841 


834,389 


9,047,683 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


200 


216,368 


1,200 


21,508 


1,283,822 


Investments 


315,000 


— 


— 


102,578 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


83,496 


40,015 


2,617,216 


61,984 


613,955 


Inventory 


25,352 


100,421 


479,866 


76,490 


772,564 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


4,974 


19,871 


Total Current Assets 


424,048 


356,804 


3,098,282 


267,534 


2,690,212 


OTHER ASSETS 






864,274 




94,075 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


983,185 


1 ,446,756 


12,199,580 


824,559 


3,088,371 




TOTAL ASSETS 


2,259,066 


3,138,019 


32,901,977 


1,926,482 


14,920,341 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


3,330,090 


16,240 


6,099,174 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


3,330,090 


16,240 


6.099,174 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


476,725 


16,240 


142,000 


Total 


— 


— 


2,853,365 


— 


5,957,174 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


189,516 


272,123 


3,752,409 


164,032 


1,668,318 




1,864 


42,978 


508,300 


27,795 


873,537 




Total 


191,380 


315,101 


4,260,709 


191,827 


2,541,855 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


51,268 


165,841 


135,573 


7,182 


1,783,225 




4,124 


11,636 


8,283 


576 


43.868 






47,144 


154,205 


127,290 


6,606 


1 ,739,357 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


1 ,037,357 


1.221,957 


13,461,033 


903,490 


1,593,584 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


983,185 


1 ,446,756 


12.199,580 


824,559 


3,088,371 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


2,259,066 


3,138,019 


32,901,977 


1,926,482 


14,920,341 



Statements B and C 



187 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Penetang- 

uishene 

1,874 


Perth 
2,785 


Peterborough 
22,656 


Petrolia 

1,717 


Pickering 
12,866 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 

36,983 

213,396 


$ 
85,045 

102,809 


$ 

4,854,004 

1,184,532 


$ 
93,760 

69,367 


$ 

144,380 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


250,379 
786.978 


187,854 
1,034,103 


6,038,536 

7,422,497 


163,127 
740,363 


144,380 
1,449,204 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


1,037,357 


1,221,957 


13,461,033 


903,490 


1,593,584 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,685,327 
58,260 


2,561,240 
46,181 


23,059,397 
1,013,413 


1,144,317 
42,369 


12,049,903 
433,578 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,743,587 


2,607,421 


24,072,810 


1,186,686 


12,483,481 




EXPENSE 


1,493,580 

109,940 
44,538 
28,070 
46,180 


2,298,400 

97,732 
62,054 
42,348 
71,272 


17,604,612 
170,501 

1,464,351 
660,974 
654,767 

1,087,618 
389,782 


879,448 

81,202 
•31,762 
83,428 
42,389 
4,976 


9,192,627 

448,438 
387,077 
411,182 
394,569 
643,422 








Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,722,308 


2,571,806 


22,032,605 


1,123,205 


11,477,315 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


21.279 


35,615 


2,040,205 


63,481 
(3,450) 


1,006466 






NET INCOME 


21,279 


35,615 


2,040,205 


66,931 


1,006,166 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


21,279 


35,615 


390,741 
1,649,464 


15,600 
51,331 


130,843 
875,323 




21,279 


35,615 


2,040,205 


66,931 


1,006,166 





188 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Picton 


Plantagenet 


Point Edward 


Port Burwell 


Port Colborne 




2,000 


360 


1,009 


395 


7,914 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


1,729,149 


297,181 


610,231 


205,382 


6,369,213 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


635,429 


114,146 


272,480 


111.659 


2,373,481 


Net fixed assets 


1,093,720 


183,035 


337,751 


93,723 


3,995,732 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


148,660 


35,227 


105,761 


6,749 


547,512 


Investments 


77,700 


10.000 


52,500 


2,000 


200,000 


Accounts Receivable 


46,683 


6,818 


47,374 


4,688 


150,774 


Inventory 


109,501 


537 


1,631 


438 


159,501 


Other 


— 


600 


— 


— 


15,983 


Total Current Assets 


382,544 


53,182 


207,266 


13,875 


1,073,770 


OTHER ASSETS 


3,639 


7,125 


— 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1.060,841 


131,652 


1 .320.961 


77.137 


2,962,816 


TOTAL ASSETS 


2,540,744 


374,994 


1,865,978 


184,735 


8,032,318 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


238,000 


38,500 


— 


— 


1,585,166 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




238.000 


38,500 


— 


— 


1,585.166 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


14,000 


7,000 


— 


— 


72,109 


Total 


224 .(XX) 


31,500 


— 


— 


1,513.057 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


148,548 


37,479 


148,995 


27,899 


616.942 




34,230 


1 .436 


4,989 


779 


475.775 




Total 


182,778 


38.915 


153,984 


28,678 


1,092,717 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 














40,715 
1,617 


6,384 
396 


79,475 
4,465 


4,598 

221 


130,703 
6,588 








39,098 


5.988 


75,010 


4,377 


124,115 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


1,034,027 


166,939 


316.023 


74,543 


2,339,613 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1,060,841 


131,652 


1 .320.961 


77,137 


2.962,816 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


2,540,744 


374,994 


1,865,978 


184,735 


8,032,318 



Statements B and C 



189 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Picton 
2,000 


Plantagenet 
360 


Point Edward 
1,009 


Port Burwell 

395 


Port Colborne 

7,914 


B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
104,380 

23,971 


$ 
53,074 

2,442 


$ 
17,000 

3,856 


$ 
39,127 

8,900 


$ 
708,897 

48,570 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME. 


128,351 
905,676 


55,516 
111,423 


20,856 
295,167 


48,027 
26,516 


757,467 
1,582,146 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


1,034,027 


166,939 


316,023 


74,543 


2,339,613 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,490,102 
47,121 


313,693 
(3,708) 


1,481,652 
21,496 


149,812 
3,168 


5,727,676 
112,221 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,537,223 


309,985 


1,503,148 


152,980 


5,839,897 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 

Depreciation Less Amortization 

Financial Expense 


1,164,920 

56,080 
51,047 
73,716 
59,934 
31,265 


258,452 

8,091 
7,734 
10,837 
10,912 
3,830 


1,349,164 

33,616 
45,297 
42,893 
21,261 


108,400 

14,025 
18,507 
9,163 

8,124 
972 


4,346,191 

350,178 
283,342 
307,402 
240,742 
187,962 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,436,962 


299,856 


1,492,231 


159,191 


5,715,817 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 

Unusual Items 

Extraordinary/Unusual Item(s) 


100,261 
(22,300) 


10,129 


10,917 
(4,413) 


(6,211) 


124,080 


NET INCOME 


122,561 


10,129 


15,330 


(6,211) 


124,080 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


4,000 
118,561 


7.000 
3,129 


15,330 


(6,211) 


51,958 
72,122 




122,561 


10,129 


15,330 


(6,211) 


124,080 





190 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Port Dover 


Port Elgin 


Port Hope 


Port McNicoll 


Port Rowan 




1,882 


2,426 


3,614 


865 


421 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


S 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


1 ,457,495 


2,637,923 


3,815.234 


262,700 


229,743 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


463,677 


623,113 


1 ,238,273 


123,095 


87,166 


Net fixed assets 


993,818 


2,014,810 


2,576,961 


139,605 


142,577 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


24,452 


564,637 


505,010 


64,369 


685 


Investments 


125,000 


— 


— 


1,000 


5,000 


Accounts Receivable 


32,120 


19,025 


61,600 


34,615 


8,100 


I nventory 


62,925 


41,481 


114,880 


13,396 


6,250 


Other 


691 


5,072 


7,158 


2,655 


183 


Total Current Assets 


245,188 


630,215 


688,648 


116,035 


20,218 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


2,018 


69.700 


15,000 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


549,387 


913,154 


2,615,644 


288,116 


106,377 


TOTAL ASSETS 


1,788,393 


3,560,197 


5,950,953 


558,756 


269,172 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


174,000 


246,883 


41,004 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 














— 


— 


— 


— 


— 






174,000 


246.883 


41,004 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


15,000 


9.053 


3,172 


— 


— 


Total 


159,000 


237.830 


37.832 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 














140,054 
35,550 


261,984 
719 


521,567 
96,765 


34,436 
1,340 


870 
250 






Total 


175,604 


262.703 


618,332 


35.776 


1,120 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


64.524 


51,653 


230,556 


— 


632 




5,187 


2,739 


14.976 


— 


21 






59,337 


48,914 


215,580 


— 


611 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


845,065 


2.097,596 


2,463,565 


234,864 


161.064 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


549.387 


913,154 


2,615.644 


288.116 


106.377 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,788,393 


3,560,197 


5,950,953 


558,756 


269,172 



Statements B and C 



191 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Port Dover 
1,882 


Port Elgin 
2,426 


Port Hope 
3,614 


Port McNicoll 
865 


Port Rowan 

421 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
211,025 

267,509 


$ 
249,373 

712,701 


$ 
252,318 

515,719 


$ 
9,804 

7,421 


$ 
17,890 

31,602 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


478,534 
366,531 


962,074 
1,135,522 


768,037 
1,695,528 


17,225 
217,639 


49,492 
111,572 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


845,065 


2,097,596 


2,463,565 


234,864 


161,064 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


974,330 
60,903 


2,540,039 
66,966 


5,304,329 
132,972 


462,751 
16,158 


154,817 
7,865 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,035,233 


2,607,005 


5,437,301 


478,909 


162,682 




EXPENSE 


732,261 

63,005 
74,688 
87,948 
50,165 
19,270 


2,094,948 

79,515 
70,110 

59,244 
85,072 
26,200 


4,700,639 

205,385 
117,948 
176,073 
119,662 
2,892 


425,153 

20,805 
12,153 
12,983 
10,046 
35 


127,424 

12,326 
10,446 
9,521 
8,335 
5 






Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,027,337 


2,415,089 


5,322,599 


481,175 


168,057 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


7,896 


191,916 


114,702 


(2,266) 


(5,375) 
681 




NET INCOME 


7,896 


191,916 


114,702 


(2,266) 


(6,056) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


14,000 
(6,104) 


22,279 
169,637 


3,607 
111,095 


(2,266) 


(6,056) 




7,896 


191,916 


114,702 


(2,266) 


(6,056) 





192 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Port Stanley 
1,155 


Prescott 
2,092 


Priceville 

104 


Rainy River 

477 


Red Rock 

407 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
462,249 
250,171 


$ 
946,875 
522,412 


$ 

52,321 
23,812 


$ 
276,637 
132,739 


$ 

188,145 
99,131 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash and Bank 

Investments 


212,078 

52,476 

15.952 
20,725 


424,463 

126,908 
49,900 
53,257 
66,392 
726 


28,509 

5,186 

1.299 
829 

37 


143,898 

22,205 
10,296 

7,952 
15,373 

1,090 


89,014 
8.685 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


89.153 

6,510 

389,815 


297.183 
1.022,151 


7.351 
1,636 
19,686 


56.916 
153,138 


8,685 
18,677 
178,441 


TOTAL ASSETS 


697,556 


1,743,797 


57,182 


353,952 


294,817 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


25.000 
3,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


22.000 

40,759 
3,610 


133.781 
17,811 


3,827 
713 


31,945 


5.332 
495 


Other Liabilities 


Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 

Construction 

Less Amortization 


44.369 

13,874 
818 


151,592 

3,875 
195 


4,540 

1 .039 
68 


31,945 

3,398 
408 


5,827 


RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


13,056 

228.316 
389.815 


3,680 

566,374 
1,022,151 


971 

31.985 
19,686 


2,990 

165,879 
153.138 


110,549 
178.441 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


697,556 


1,743,797 


57,182 


353,952 


294,817 



Statements B and C 



193 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Port Stanley 

1,155 


Prescott 
2,092 


Priceville 
104 


Rainy River 

477 


Red Rock 

407 


B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
38,950 

4,706 


$ 
23,981 

33,640 


$ 
12,166 

2,111 


$ 
26,087 

21,851 


$ 
29,367 

9,068 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


43,656 
184,660 


57,621 
508,753 


14,277 
17,708 


47,938 
117,941 


38,435 
72,114 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


228,316 


566,374 


31,985 


165,879 


110,549 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


498,037 
18,136 


1,416,695 
63,523 


39,139 
660 


349,398 
5,029 


241,802 
7,037 


TOTAL REVENUE 


516,173 


1,480,218 


39,799 


354,427 


248,839 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 


381,598 

32,903 
19,087 
32,236 
17,424 
2,380 


1,230,347 

62,269 
49,695 
52,036 
40,786 
150 


31,531 

1,966 
1,703 
1,275 
2,214 


286,075 

10,293 
25,892 
12,578 
11,449 


208,467 

23,870 
13,926 
10,131 

7,577 




Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


485,628 


1,435,283 


38,689 


346,287 


263,971 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


30,545 


44,935 


1,110 


8,140 


(15,132) 




NET INCOME 


30,545 


44,935 


1,110 


8,140 


(15,132) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


3,000 

27,545 


44,935 


1,110 


8,140 


(15,132) 




30,545 


44,935 


1,110 


8,140 


(15,132) 





194 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Renfrew 


Richmond Hill 


Ridgetown 


Ripley 


Rockland 




3,449 


12,809 


1,305 


297 


1,450 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


4,302,535 


15,743,129 


803,050 


145,538 


987,465 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


1,438,905 


4,033,985 


295,420 


56,028 


336,509 


Net fixed assets 


2,863,630 


1 1 ,709,144 


507,630 


89,510 


650,956 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


106,872 


899,813 


65,790 


33,517 


97,047 


Investments 


— 


— 


75,134 


— 


20,247 


Accounts Receivable 


52,114 


837,450 


8,062 


8,048 


65,876 


Inventory 


120,991 


1 ,027,280 


13,092 


3,540 


10,175 


Other 


2,647 


11,275 


— 


26 


1,377 


Total Current Assets 


282,624 


2,775,818 


162,078 


45,131 


194,722 


OTHER ASSETS 


134,936 


39,472 


290 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1,104,314 


5,061,317 


546,908 


143,263 


405,680 




TOTAL ASSETS 


4,385,504 


19,585,751 


1,216,906 


277,904 


1,251,358 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


702,676 


3,245,135 


11,000 


— 


18,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




702,676 


3,245,135 


11,000 


— 


18,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


93,029 


247,804 


2,000 


— 


5,000 


Total 


609,647 


2,997,331 


9,000 


— 


13,000 


LIABILITIES 














297,815 
30,651 


1 ,459,581 
600,452 


66,918 
4,198 


37,884 
410 


154,350 
8,916 






Total 


328,466 


2,060,033 


71,116 


38,294 


163,266 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


38,500 


2,958,729 


— 


— 


71 ,420 




2,440 


130,809 


— 


— 


7,474 






36,060 


2,827,920 


— 


— 


63,946 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


2,307,017 


6,639,150 


589,882 


96,347 


605,466 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1,104,314 


5,061,317 


546,908 


143,263 


405,680 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


4,385,504 


19,585,751 


1,216,906 


277,904 


1,251,358 



Statements B and C 



195 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Renfrew 
3,449 


Richmond Hill 
12,809 


Ridgetown 
1,305 


Ripley 

297 


Rockland 
1,450 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
1,153,285 

45,216 


$ 
1,954,623 

1,379,841 


$ 
99,222 

35,371 


$ 
12,744 

17,351 


$ 
63,690 

81,627 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


1,198,501 
1,108,516 


3,334,464 
3,304,686 


134,593 
455,289 


30,095 
66,252 


145,317 
460,149 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


2,307,017 


6,639,150 


589,882 


96,347 


605,466 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


2,763,677 
59,430 


11,951,004 
411,917 


812,594 
27,461 


243,492 
945 


1,175,548 
19,616 


TOTAL REVENUE 


2,823,107 


12,362,921 


840,055 


244,437 


1,195,164 




EXPENSE 


1,975,170 
130,825 
147,025 

95,724 
103,521 
124,075 

88,560 


9,370,782 

576,057 
359,563 
349,516 
496.810 
329,588 


665,810 

48,126 
29,708 
48,698 
29,990 
1,117 


204,048 

5,204 
4.861 
3,549 
5,839 
1,586 


955,283 

56,192 
37,564 
37,947 
34,581 
4,692 


Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


2,664,900 


11,482,316 


823,449 


225,087 


1,126,259 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


158,207 


880,605 


16,606 


19,350 


68,905 






NET INCOME 


158,207 


880,605 


16,606 


19,350 


68,905 






86,357 
71,850 


195,886 
684,719 


2,000 
14,606 


19,350 


4,500 
64,405 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




158,207 


880,605 


16,606 


19,350 


68,905 





196 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Rockwood 


Rodney 


Rosseau 


Russell 


Sandwich West 
Twp. 




458 


470 


156 


450 


4,265 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


248,976 


148,906 


119,973 


321,740 


2,636,927 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


76,063 


84,949 


35,871 


98,983 


906,632 


Net fixed assets 


172,913 


63,957 


84,102 


222,757 


1 ,730,295 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


6,847 


14,052 


4,499 


1,593 


38,097 


Investments 


25,000 


25,000 


10,000 


— 


250,000 


Accounts Receivable 


2,049 


6.136 


3.507 


16.416 


47,838 


Inventory 


— 


191 


1,344 


728 


90,761 


Other 


290 


— 


207 


152 


1,304 


Total Current Assets 


34,186 


45.379 


19,557 


18,889 


428,000 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


— 


1,777 


— 


1,869 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


156,813 


168,726 


51,740 


134,876 


1,140,297 


TOTAL ASSETS 


363,912 


278,062 


157,176 


376,522 


3,300,461 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


— 


43,500 


32,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


43,500 


32,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


— 


9,000 


7.000 


Total 


— 


— 


— 


34.500 


25.000 


LIABILITIES 














27,088 
885 


22,954 
1,483 


6.338 


51,570 
2,020 


226.226 
59,762 


Other Liabilities 


Total 


27.973 


24,437 


6,338 


53,590 


285,988 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


4,618 


7,500 


97 


11.047 


427,592 


Less Amortization 


313 


900 


1 


1.101 


35.983 




4,305 


6.600 


96 


9.946 


391.609 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


174,821 


78,299 


99.002 


143,610 


1,457,567 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


156,813 


168,726 


51,740 


134,876 


1.140,297 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


363,912 


278,062 


157,176 


376,522 


3,300,461 



Statements B and C 



197 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Rockwood 

458 


Rodney 

470 


Rosseau 

156 


Russell 
450 


Sandwich West 
Twp. 
4,265 


B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
22,143 

12,633 


$ 
8.500 

5,016 


$ 
11,933 

41,242 


$ 
53,667 

6,098 


$ 
392,849 

195,418 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


34,776 
140,045 


13,516 
64,783 


53,175 
45,827 


59,765 

83,845 


588,267 
869,300 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


174,821 


78,299 


99,002 


143,610 


1,457,567 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 


320,130 
5.226 


208,938 
8,851 


68,736 
2,022 


355,865 
9,540 


2,546,233 
86,727 




TOTAL REVENUE 


325.356 


217.789 


70,758 


365,405 


2,632,960 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 


261 ,333 

8,243 
13,468 
10,347 

9,491 
187 


201 ,030 

6,349 
3,886 
14,579 
6,049 


63,925 

3,983 
1,853 
1,505 
5,104 


299,963 

5.032 
6,542 
5,977 
12,897 
4,716 


2,239,963 

153,061 
67,450 
50,034 
84,295 

3.573 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


303,069 


231,893 


76,370 


335,127 


2,598,376 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


22,287 


(14,104) 


(5,612) 


30,278 


34,584 
(31,351) 




NET INCOME 


22,287 


(14,104) 


(5,612) 


30,278 


65,935 






22,287 


(14,104) 


(5,612) 


7,500 
22,778 


7,000 
58.935 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


22,287 


(14.104) 


(5,612) 


30,278 


65,935 



198 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Sarnia 


Scarborough 


Schreiber Twp. 


Scugog 


Seaforth 




17,152 


107,846 


779 


1,650 


1,005 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




13 227 079 


1 10 626 795 


404 162 


1 249 833 


704 961 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


6,020,768 


' 32,029,140 


191,282 


418,557 


236,474 


Net fixed assets 


7,206,311 


78,597,655 


212,880 


831 ,276 


468,487 


CURRENT ASSETS 














756.642 


674,994 


40 806 


38 968 


113 892 


Investments 




10,021,352 




175,000 




Accounts Receivable 


449,871 


8,249.050 


1 1 .076 


9,713 


15,903 


Inventory 


737,373 


4,884,762 


27,322 


98,270 


28,404 


Other 


31,445 


164,908 


454 


401 


— 


Total Current Assets 


1,975,331 


23.995,066 


79.658 


322,352 


158,199 


OTHER ASSETS 


727,457 


6,357,456 


— 


383 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


15,643,850 


48,484,745 


318,221 


586.613 


520,668 


TOTAL ASSETS 


25,552,949 


157,434,922 


610,759 


1,740,624 


1,147,354 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


1,146,866 


13,046,847 


— 


77,563 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


4,747,914 


— 


— 


— 




1.146,866 


8,298.933 


— 


77,563 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


92,047 


623.483 


— 


20,195 


— 


Total 


1.054.819 


7,675.450 


— 


57.368 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


1,968.116 


11,617,404 


75.732 


146,519 


84.495 




89.351 


5,950,510 


473 


24,657 


4,428 




Total 


2.057.467 


17,567,914 


76.205 


171,176 


88.923 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


2,900 


5.297,792 


— 


26.616 


5,597 




249 


311.268 


— 


1,734 


290 






2.651 


4.986.524 


— 


24,882 


5.307 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


6.794.162 


78.720.289 


216.333 


900,585 


532.456 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


15.643,850 


48.484.745 


318.221 


586,613 


520.668 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


25,552,949 


157,434,922 


610,759 


1,740,624 


1,147,354 



Statements B and C 



199 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Sarnia 
17,152 


Scarborough 
107,846 


Schreiber Twp. 

779 


Scugog 
1,650 


Seaforth 
1,005 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
1,697,877 

207,180 


$ 
18,576,604 

11,302,126 


$ 
50,000 

7,023 


$ 
137,983 

369,615 


$ 
74,440 

20,125 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


1,905,057 
4,889,105 


29,878,730 
48,841,559 


57,023 
159,310 


507,598 
392,987 


94,565 
437,891 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY. ... 


6,794,162 


78,720,289 


216,333 


900,585 


532,456 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


23,248,424 
301,987 


118,159,498 
3,719,235 


679,588 
7,636 


1,261,535 
54,232 


658,660 
22,530 


TOTAL REVENUE 


23,550,411 


121,878,733 


687,224 


1,315,767 


681,190 


EXPENSE 


20,102,217 

1 ,400,763 
508,264 

424,255 
482,501 
137,094 


99,705,405 

5,641,543 
3,366,237 
1,585,241 
3,985,717 
955,093 


580,324 

30,606 
20,212 
17,326 
15,981 
1,524 


1,111,374 

50,584 
44,311 
56,206 
40,158 
11,796 


524,669 

51,170 

22,292 
42,696 
22,672 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


23,055,094 


115,239,236 


665,973 


1,314,429 


663,499 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 

Unusual Items 

Extraordinary/Unusual Item(s) 


495,317 


6,639,497 


21,251 


1,338 


17,691 


NET INCOME 


495,317 


6,639,497 


21,251 


1,338 


17,691 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


68,323 
426,994 


1,059,776 
5,579,721 


21,251 


18,167 
(16,829) 


17,691 


Net Income 


495,317 


6,639,497 


21,251 


1,338 


17,691 



200 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Shelburne 


Simcoe 


Sioux Lookout 


Smiths Falls 


South Dumfries 




1,131 


5,151 


1,174 


4.122 


358 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


S 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


872,850 


5,343,684 


1,120,252 


2.784,841 


195.823 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


327,027 


1 ,556.532 


391.282 


1.139,127 


81 ,469 


Net fixed assets 


545,823 


3,787,152 


728.970 


1.645,714 


114.354 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


109,845 


700 


— 


664,873 


8.614 


Investments 


10.000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


46,001 


241 ,487 


61,564 


28,055 


7.221 


Inventory 


30,268 


437,394 


109.598 


116,276 


7.710 


Other 


4% 


2,798 


2,209 


— 


— 


Total Current Assets 


196,610 


682,379 


173.371 


809.204 


23.545 


OTHER ASSETS 


3,688 
427.733 


2.722,407 


511.849 


2.216.081 


182.824 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL ASSETS 


1,173,854 


7,191,938 


1,414,190 


4,670,999 


320,723 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


72,000 


124,000 


274.755 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




72,000 


124.000 


274.755 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


6,000 


37.000 


32,651 


— 


— 


Total 


66.000 


87.000 


242.104 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 














100.560 

13.686 


277.641 
168.319 


269.263 
4,917 


285.499 
56,228 


26.600 
1,829 






Total 


114.246 


445.960 


274.180 


341.727 


28,429 


DEFERRED CREDIT 


























43.599 
2.517 


86,012 
4.509 


55,185 

4.707 


- 


18,632 
2.121 








41.082 


81,503 


50.478 


— 


16.511 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


524,793 


3,855,068 


335.579 


2.113.191 


92.959 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


427,733 


2,722.407 


5 1 1 .849 


2,216.081 


182,824 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,173,854 


7,191,938 


1,414,190 


4,670,999 


320,723 



Statements B and C 



201 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Shelburne 
1,131 


Simcoe 
5,151 


Sioux Lookout 

1,174 


Smiths Falls 
4,122 


South Dumfries 
358 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
130,042 

69,722 


$ 
666,811 

305,797 


$ 
46,018 

34,147 


$ 
147,662 

30,355 


$ 
16,000 

198 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


199,764 
325,029 


972,608 
2,882,460 


80,165 
255,414 


178,017 
1,935,174 


16,198 
76,761 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY .. 


524,793 


3,855,068 


335,579 


2,113,191 


92,959 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


898,461 
23,505 


5,065,436 

277,872 


1,103,534 
12,352 


3,326,537 
132,410 


311,901 

2,873 


TOTAL REVENUE 


921,966 


5,343,308 


1,115,886 


3,458,947 


314,774 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 


718,528 

40,086 
35,605 
38,534 
31,346 
10.058 


4,228,078 

290,906 
278,633 
211,238 
181,134 

23,177 


840,471 

75,010 
39,135 
52,603 
36,999 
55,312 


2,853,452 

146,783 
147,126 
60,301 
107,068 
1,760 


271,768 

12,843 
13,015 
12,657 
6,937 
44 


Billing and Collecting 


Depreciation Less Amortization 

Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


874,157 


5,213,166 


1,099,530 


3,316,490 


317,264 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


47,809 
(25,285) 


130,142 
(99,940) 


16,356 


142,457 
2,878 


(2,490) 




NET INCOME 


73,094 


230,082 


16,356 


139,579 


(2,490) 






18,946 
54,148 


33,000 
197,082 


19,839 
(3,483) 


139,579 


(2,490) 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




73,094 


230,082 


16,356 


139,579 


(2,490) 





202 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


South River 


South West 
Oxford 


Southampton 


Springfield 


St. Catharines 




492 


352 


1,740 


212 


43,806 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




300,620 


274,926 


1,357,918 


84,984 


34,618,840 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


149,637 


128,602 


334,539 


51,398 


10,353,102 


Net fixed assets 


150,983 


146,324 


1,023,379 


33,586 


24,265,738 


CURRENT ASSETS 














51,477 


70 366 


106,243 


16,238 


1,589,172 


Investments 




60,000 






2,489,692 


Accounts Receivable 


10,670 


3,368 


55,781 


2,950 


3,633,468 


Inventory 


58 


62 


76,015 


— 


1,906,179 


Other 


— 


— 


3,096 


— 


23,957 


Total Current Assets 


62,205 


133.796 


241,135 


19,188 


9,642,468 


OTHER ASSETS 






11,346 




366,153 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


128,426 


608,701 


553,702 


82,149 


27,378,434 




TOTAL ASSETS 


341,614 


888,821 


1,829,562 


134,923 


61,652,793 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


14,600 


234,934 


— 


1,858,070 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


14,600 


234,934 


— 


1.858,070 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


100 


35,467 


— 


506,102 


Total 


— 


14,500 


199,467 


— 


1,351,968 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


28,058 


57,734 


154,167 


8,808 


4,353,804 




3,073 


400 


10,645 


565 


873,490 




Total 


31,131 


58,134 


164.812 


9,373 


5,227,294 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


750 


— 


27,005 


600 


306,387 




32 


— 


1,789 


41 


20,242 






718 


— 


25,216 


559 


286,145 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


181,339 


207,486 


886,365 


42,842 


27,408,952 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO .. 


128,426 


608,701 


553,702 


82,149 


27,378,434 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


341,614 


888,821 


1,829,562 


134,923 


61,652,793 



Statements B and C 



203 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


South River 

492 


South West 
Oxford 

352 


Southampton 
1,740 


Springfield 
212 


St. Catharines 
43,806 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
38,572 

7,367 


$ 
25,937 

2,699 


$ 
189,665 

66,730 


$ 
9,500 

3,029 


$ 
1 ,991 ,749 

2,312,521 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


45,939 
135,400 


28,636 
178,850 


256,395 
629,970 


12,529 
30,313 


4,304,270 
23,104,682 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


181,339 


207,486 


886,365 


42,842 


27,408,952 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


331,500 
7,100 


696,949 
17,281 


1,175,874 
40,647 


94,757 
2,006 


45,683,068 
1,085,457 


TOTAL REVENUE 


338,600 


714,230 


1,216,521 


96,763 


46.768,525 




EXPENSE 


269,247 

7,277 
10,771 
10,911 
12,494 
99 


645,023 

11,387 
12,927 
14,891 
11,497 
1,916 


945,788 

66,300 
36,674 
19,607 
42,852 
27,641 


87,049 

631 

2,735 
2,725 
3,791 


41,974,209 

1,579,084 
869,217 
698,919 

1,205,353 
186,000 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


310,799 


697,641 


1,138,862 


96,931 


46,512,782 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


27,801 


16,589 
2,500 


77,659 
(4,345) 


(168) 


255.743 






NET INCOME 


27,801 


14,089 


82,004 


(168) 


255,743 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


27,801 


5,100 
8,989 


33,467 
48,537 


(168) 


191,631 
64,112 




27,801 


14,089 


82,004 


(168) 


255,743 





204 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


St. Clair Bead 


St. Marys 


St. Thomas 


Stayner 


Stirling 


Number of Customers 


896 


2,071 


10,441 


1,146 


729 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


S 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


999,366 


1,648,188 


6,526,783 


700.510 


538,324 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


238.133 


665.197 


2,969.104 


190.499 


197.504 


Net fixed assets 


761 ,233 


982,991 


3.557,679 


510,011 


340,820 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


115.182 


48,300 


201.198 


18,301 


22,384 


Investments 


— 


43,829 


420.000 


70.000 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


15,638 


70,821 


715,764 


14,095 


23.498 


Inventory 


4,448 


111,271 


268,305 


23.912 


2,000 


Other 


— 


— 


2.734 


593 


— 


Total Current Assets 


135.268 


274.221 


1.608.001 


126,901 


47,882 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


— 


8,287 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


244,312 


1 .490.790 


5.740,182 


354.696 


286,036 


TOTAL ASSETS 


1,140,813 


2,748,002 


10,914,149 


991,608 


674,738 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


7.000 


— 


98.946 


57.000 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




7. (XX) 


— 


98.946 


57.000 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


7.000 


— 


12,518 


5.000 


— 


Total 


— 


— 


86,428 


52.000 


— 


LIABILITIES 














110,094 
835 


249.254 
6,261 


657,711 

471,235 


61.262 
820 


48,262 
2.582 


Other Liabilities 


Total 


110,929 


255.515 


1.128.946 


62.082 


50.844 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


26.747 


2,354 


9.939 


4.164 


6.751 


Less Amortization 


1,909 


134 


478 


269 


415 




24,838 


2,220 


9,461 


3,895 


6,336 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


760.734 


999,477 


3,949.132 


518.935 


331.522 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


244.312 


1 ,490,790 


5.740.182 


354.696 


286,036 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,140,813 


2,748,002 


10,914,149 


991,608 


674,738 



Statements B and C 



205 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


St. Clair Beach 
896 


St. Marys 
2,071 


St. Thomas 
10,441 


Stayner 

1,146 


Stirling 
729 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


$ 
60,144 

544,852 


$ 
190,208 

98,097 


$ 
349,139 

240,213 


$ 
57,557 

6,815 


$ 
23,000 

8,927 


Total Accumulated from Capital 


604,996 
155,738 


288,305 
711,172 


589,352 
3,359,780 


64,372 
454,563 


31,927 
299,595 


ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


760,734 


999,477 


3,949,132 


518,935 


331,522 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


536,316 
14,916 


1 ,540,080 
45,550 


8,667,992 
150,108 


632,332 
16,146 


539,651 
17,072 


TOTAL REVENUE 


551,232 


1,585,630 


8,818,100 


648,478 


556,723 


EXPENSE 


444,163 

14,176 
11,606 
26,021 
33,467 

767 


1,185,588 

91,047 

48,492 
75,835 
61,222 

5,553 


7,018,451 

804,381 
194,431 
262,101 
251,606 
24,596 


531,654 

42,186 
15,737 

9,742 
25,179 

5,618 


456,421 

14,590 
15,669 
18,564 
20,713 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


530,200 


1,467,737 


8,555,566 


630,116 


525,957 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


21,032 


117,893 


262,534 


18,362 


30,766 




NET INCOME 


21,032 


117,893 


262,534 


18,362 


30,766 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


6,000 

15,032 


117,893 


11,146 
251,388 


4,000 
14,362 


30,766 


Net Income 


21,032 


117,893 


262,534 


18,362 


30,766 



206 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Stoney Creek 
12,031 


Stratford 
9,823 


Strathroy 

3,197 


Sturgeon Falls 
2,282 


Sudbury 
33,506 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities 

Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


$ 
8,680,614 
2,850,563 


$ 
11,812,782 
3,215,281 


$ 
2,480,469 
950,315 


$ 
1 ,606,745 
517,543 


$ 
36,971,700 
12,102,034 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


5,830,051 

1,536,084 

834,704 
543,827 
95,932 


8,597,501 

51,921 
350,000 
778,446 
838,032 

29,739 


1,530,154 

196,087 

76,233 
13,181 


1 ,089,202 

87,550 

41,824 
11,500 


24,869,666 

7,155 

900.000 

2,976,536 

910,671 

66,795 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




3,010,547 
4,290,694 


2,048,138 

164,989 

6,607,947 


285,501 
1,410,380 


140,874 

1,856 

758,520 


4,861,157 
1,230,561 
12,542,406 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS... 


13,131,292 


17,418,575 


3,226,035 


1,990,452 


43,503,790 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


3,958,899 


506,013 


80.000 


71,340 


13,707,906 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


3,958,899 
92,232 


506.013 
116,291 


80.000 
5.000 


71,340 
6,840 


13,707,906 
570,976 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


3,866,667 

2,297,263 
85,310 


389,722 

1,126,124 
9,899 


75,000 

204.656 
69,368 


64,500 

255,507 
89,962 


13,136,930 

4,030,420 
1 ,066,750 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 

Construction 


2,382,573 

265,699 
8,190 


1,136,023 

78,111 
5,836 


274,024 

29,586 
1,571 


345.469 


5,097,170 

394,737 
24,840 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY... 


257,509 

2,333,849 
4,290,694 


72,275 

9,212,608 
6,607,947 


28,015 

1,438,616 
1,410,380 


821 ,963 
758,520 


369,897 

12,357,387 
12,542,406 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


13,131,292 


17,418,575 


3,226,035 


1,990,452 


43,503,790 



Statements B and C 



207 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Stoney Creek 
12,031 


Stratford 
9,823 


Strathroy 
3,197 


Sturgeon Falls 
2,282 


Sudbury 
33,506 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
132,935 

39,287 


$ 
2,011,895 

768,620 


$ 
176,912 

210,847 


$ 
190,963 

3,460 


$ 
5,133,645 

2,096,973 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


172,222 
2,161,627 


2,780,515 
6,432,093 


387,759 
1,050,857 


194,423 
627,540 


7,230,618 
5,126,769 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


2,333,849 


9,212,608 


1,438,616 


821,963 


12,357,387 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


10,595,097 
397,311 


9,989,124 
297,953 


2,498,322 
54,164 


1,748,236 
41,452 


28,661,187 
1,189,898 


TOTAL REVENUE 


10,992,408 


10,287,077 


2,552,486 


1,789,688 


29,851 ,085 




EXPENSE 


8,558,943 

359,994 
315,140 
292,611 
300,642 
548,590 


8,181,368 

470,419 
148,560 
380,840 
424,056 
44,934 


2,010,396 

168,290 
56,002 

123,325 

82,552 

8,766 


1,411,241 

116,391 
68,568 
39,981 
60,362 
8,980 


20,918,456 

1,484,879 
1 ,070,064 
1 ,764,622 
1,348,598 
1,660,989 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


10,375,920 


9,650,177 


2,449,331 


1,705,523 


28,247,608 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


616,488 
(86,464) 


636,900 


103,155 
18,000 


84,165 
1,479 


1,603,477 




NET INCOME 


702,952 


636,900 


85,155 


82,686 


1,603,477 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


34,475 
668,477 


118,293 
518,607 


5,000 
80,155 


6,030 
76,656 


640,801 
962,676 




702,952 


636,900 


85,155 


82,686 


1,603,477 





208 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Sundridge 


Tara 


Tecumseh 


Teeswater 


Terrace Bay 
Twp. 


Number of Customers 


441 


342 


1,998 


463 


888 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




323,425 
84,073 


185,771 
62,719 


2,265,096 
671,025 


247,137 
83,153 


595,728 
239,762 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 


239,352 


123,052 


1 ,594,071 


163.984 


355,966 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


25,546 


41,993 


129,434 


33,081 


37,653 


Investments 


10,000 


30,000 


— 


3.500 


— 




4,447 


5.054 


61,516 


5,216 


25,055 


Inventory 


15,404 


6.272 


65.984 


4.945 


12.693 


Other 


150 


522 


— 


— 


145 


Total Current Assets 


55,547 


83.841 


256,934 


46.742 


75.546 


OTHER ASSETS 


1,350 


— 


— 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


142,272 


169.362 


668,123 


244.665 


384.208 


TOTAL ASSETS 


438,521 


376,255 


2,519,128 


455,391 


815,720 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


18,100 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 














— 


— 


— 


— 


— 






— 


— 


18,100 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


3,400 


— 


— 


Total 


— 


— 


14,700 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


29,895 


27.461 


243.616 


30.679 


7.337 




3.974 


1.328 


4.910 


401 


— 




Total 


33.869 


28.789 


248.526 


31.080 


7.337 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


53.553 


14,223 


2K9.X46 


141 


10.365 


Less Amortization 


3,388 


1.311 


19.479 


13 


667 




50,165 


12.912 


270.367 


128 


9,698 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


212.215 


165,192 


1,317.412 


179,518 


414,477 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


142.272 


169,362 


668,123 


244,665 


384,208 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


438,521 


376,255 


2,519,128 


455,391 


815,720 



Statements B and C 



209 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Sundridge 
441 


Tara 

342 


Tecumseh 

1,998 


Teeswater 

463 


Terrace Bay 
Twp. 
888 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
24,207 

50,123 


$ 
14,264 

5,476 


$ 
60,432 

868,582 


$ 
21,296 

34,494 


$ 
78,000 

100,996 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


74,330 
137,885 


19,740 
145,452 


929,014 
388,398 


55,790 
123,728 


178,996 
235,481 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


212,215 


165,192 


1,317,412 


179,518 


414,477 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


319,449 
4,096 


250,767 
5,707 


1.534,153 
51,478 


376,752 
10,215 


868,181 
9,558 


TOTAL REVENUE 


323,545 


256,474 


1,585,631 


386,967 


877,739 




EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 


267,471 

5,961 
11,746 

7,658 

10.455 

32 


242,036 

3,794 
4,286 
2,664 
6,319 
149 


1,253,234 

64,954 
50,241 
66,311 
71,103 
19,750 


341,852 

3,737 
9,899 
4,637 
9,754 
199 


720,439 

39,796 
31,416 
14,284 
25,913 
356 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


303,323 


259,248 


1,525,593 


370,078 


832,204 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


20,222 


(2,774) 


60,038 


16,889 


45,535 




NET INCOME 


20,222 


(2,774) 


60,038 


16,889 


45,535 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


20,222 


(2,774) 


3,400 
56,638 


16,889 


45,535 


Net Income 


20,222 


(2,774) 


60,038 


16,889 


45,535 



210 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Thamesville 


Thedford 


Thessalon 


Thornbury 


Thorndale 




463 


328 


693 


934 


158 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




270,783 


192 064 


412 740 


677 331 


75 651 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


171,677 


83,411 


170,060 


173,607 


45,550 


Net fixed assets 


99,106 


108,653 


242,680 


503,724 


30,101 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


19,952 


31,627 


36,933 


114,989 


10,249 


Investments 


31,132 


— 


— 


— 


3,000 


Accounts Receivable 


13,553 


7,579 


11,705 


35,078 


3,692 


Inventory 


4,406 


— 


5,509 


45,228 


— 


Other 


2,009 


— 


— 


1,271 


— 


Total Current Assets 


71,052 


39,206 


54,147 


196,566 


16,941 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


— 


— 


4,463 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


235,944 


149,151 


204,128 


250,481 


77,472 


TOTAL ASSETS 


406,102 


297,010 


500,955 


955,234 


124,514 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


— 


87,000 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


87,000 


_ 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


— 


3,000 


— 


Total 


— 


— 


— 


84,000 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


26,235 


20,971 


58,556 


79,150 


9,017 




2,697 


780 


3,300 


1,990 


735 




Total 


28,932 


21,751 


61,856 


81,140 


9,752 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


16,565 


— 


— 


75,455 


693 




1,778 


— 


— 


4,311 


43 






14,787 


— 


— 


71,144 


650 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


126,439 


126,108 


234,971 


468,469 


36,640 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


235,944 


149,151 


204.128 


250,481 


77,472 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


406,102 


297,010 


500,955 


955,234 


124,514 



Statements B and C 



211 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Thamesville 
463 


Thedford 

328 


Thessalon 
693 


Thornbury 
934 


Thorndale 

158 


B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
18,881 

4,713 


$ 
16,500 

13,800 


$ 
61,588 


$ 
98,406 

61,159 


$ 
3,086 

2,064 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


23,594 
102,845 


30,300 
95,808 


61,588 
173,383 


159,565 
308,904 


5,150 
31,490 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


126,439 


126,108 


234,971 


468,469 


36,640 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


281,939 
14,368 


216,009 
6,256 


520,695 
3,970 


603,732 
16,297 


90,746 
2,047 


TOTAL REVENUE 


296,307 


222,265 


524,665 


620,029 


92,793 


EXPENSE^ 


243,847 

12,544 
7,790 

16,095 
8,519 


" 196,723 

10,024 
10,049 
4,740 
8,046 


412,298 

25,268 
28,042 
28,750 
14,859 


479,748 

33,925 
29,989 
15,075 
21,971 
9,721 


76,020 

5,928 
4,958 
4,012 
3,333 
65 


Local Generation 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


288,795 


229,582 


509,217 


590,429 


94,316 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


7,512 


(7,317) 


15,448 


29,600 


(1,523) 




NET INCOME 


7,512 


(7,317) 


15,448 


29,600 


(1,523) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


7,512 


(7,317) 


15,448 


3,000 
26,600 


(1,523) 




7,512 


(7,317) 


15,448 


29,600 


(1,523) 





212 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Thornton 


Thorold 


Thunder Bay 


Tilbury 


Tillsonburg 




192 


5,855 


41 ,589 


1,605 


4,147 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


83,044 


4,170,547 


37,948,362 


1 ,222,076 


4.232,908 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


35,449 


1,696.612 


12,828,580 


412,253 


1,296,814 


Net fixed assets 


47.595 


2,473,935 


25,119,782 


809,823 


2,936,094 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


16,881 


574,623 


2,994,983 


157,730 


83,620 


Investments 








2,000,000 


100,000 







227 


347,751 


2,344,600 


31,548 


423.941 


Inventory 


5,243 


164.570 


909,473 


31,161 


270,951 


Other 


349 


4,592 


9.373 


— 


— 


Total Current Assets 


22.700 


1.091,536 


8.258,429 


320.439 


778,512 


OTHER ASSETS 


2,133 


9,057 


1,075.219 


— 


147,317 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


60,639 


3,011.254 


32.950,238 


795.263 


1,982,742 




TOTAL ASSETS 


133,067 


6,585,782 


67,403,668 


1,925,525 


5,844,665 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


1.681.558 


3.502,132 


— 


1.151.462 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




_ 


1.681,558 


3.502.132 


— 


1.151,462 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


48,532 


269.347 


— 


89.038 


Total 


— 


1.633,026 


3.232.785 


— 


1.062.424 


LIABILITIES 














12,518 

53 


554.904 
133.870 


3,850.957 
46.514 


123.570 
36.032 


485,451 
37,819 






Total 


12.571 


688.774 


3.897.471 


159.602 


523.270 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


1,687 


— 


761 ,928 


2.800 


73.216 




107 


— 


47,981 


170 


4.880 






1.580 


— 


713,947 


2.630 


68,336 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


58,277 


1 .252,728 


26,609,227 


968.030 


2,207.893 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


60.639 


3.011,254 


32,950,238 


795,263 


1.982.742 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


133.067 


6,585,782 


67,403.668 


1,925,525 


5,844,665 



Statements B and C 



213 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 





Thornton 

192 


Thorold 

5,855 


Thunder Bay 
41,589 


Tilbury 
1,605 


Tillsonburg 
4,147 






B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
7,200 

7,200 


$ 
274,381 

29,789 


$ 
4,094,262 

4,646,255 


$ 
111,815 

90,846 


$ 
492,641 

371,406 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


14,400 
43,877 


304,170 
948,558 


8,740,517 
17,868,710 


202,661 
765,369 


864,047 
1,343,846 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUrTY 


58,277 


1,252,728 


26,609,227 


968,030 


2,207,893 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


119,013 

2,479 


4,345,404 
118,989 


38,178,295 
1,754,862 


1,379,211 
46,079 


4,070,038 
146,214 


TOTAL REVENUE 


121,492 


4,464,393 


39,933,157 


1,425,290 


4,216,252 




EXPENSE 
Power Purchased 


115,988 

1,930 

1,652 

799 

3,481 


3,521,134 

302,425 
174,843 
181,151 
179,262 
190,608 


31,492,325 

2,466,856 
1,206,686 
1,124,580 
1,325,995 
330,248 


1,162,011 

81,640 
35,697 
52,684 
40,300 
1,363 


3,399,475 

224,809 
81,613 
104,033 
141,296 
161,444 


Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


123,850 


4,549,423 


37,946,690 


1,373,695 


4,112,670 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(2,358) 


(85,030) 


1,986,467 
53,989 


51,595 
(11,543) 


103,582 




NET INCOME 


(2,358) 


(85,030) 


1,932,478 


63,138 


103,582 






(2,358) 


30,450 
(115,480) 


350,483 
1,581,995 


63,138 


78,299 
25,283 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




(2,358) 


(85,030) 


1,932,478 


63,138 


103,582 





214 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Toronto 

204,395 


Tottenham 
985 


Trenton 
5,658 


Tweed 

794 


Uxbridge 
1,267 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
255,044,123 
102,629,253 


$ 
490,225 
158,531 


$ 
5,223,684 
1,909,532 


$ 
475,903 
184,535 


$ 
816,717 

323,345 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


152,414,870 

620,655 

26,544,712 

25,440,875 

6,249,940 

1,236,800 


331,694 

10,537 
36,000 
75,229 
10,455 


3,314,152 

282,885 
400,000 
237,686 
350,562 
10,302 


291 ,368 

5,345 
85,000 

8,709 
10,164 


493,372 

139,888 

11,166 

50,212 

3,871 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




60,092,982 

6,156,366 

216,749,570 


132,221 

1,156 

251,374 


1,281,435 

7,638 

4,009,774 


109,218 
367,546 


205,137 

3,042 

599,248 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


435,413,788 


716,445 


8,612,999 


768,132 


1,300,799 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenture rs 


- 


57,000 


58,000 


- 


4,800 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


57,000 
4,000 


58.000 
33,000 


— 


4,800 
2,300 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


26,838,120 

12,727,753 


53,000 

82,667 
18,104 


25,000 

782,658 
172,776 


44,793 
440 


2,500 

92,282 
19,367 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 


39,565,873 

1 ,096,467 
51,620 


100,771 

3,342 
102 


955,434 

242,389 
14.059 


45,233 

6,762 
303 


111,649 

23,907 
1,532 






RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


1,044,847 

178,053,498 
216,749,570 


3,240 

308,060 
251,374 


228,330 

3,394,461 
4,009,774 


6,459 

348,894 
367,546 


22,375 

565,027 
599,248 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO. ... 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


435,413,788 


716,445 


8,612,999 


768,132 


1,300,799 



Statements B and C 



215 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Toronto 

204,395 


Tottenham 
985 


Trenton 
5,658 


Tweed 

794 


Uxbridge 
1,267 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
44,586,694 

8,505,639 


$ 

73,069 

63,289 


$ 
495,085 

785,703 


$ 
19,000 

21,650 


$ 
85,248 

15,283 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


53,092,333 
124,961,165 


136,358 
171,702 


1,280,788 
2,113,673 


40,650 
308,244 


100,531 
464,496 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


178,053,498 


308,060 


3,394,461 


348,894 


565,027 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


279,091,149 
9,491,743 


617,742 
13,037 


6,612,700 

174,434 


569,839 
22,073 


1,018,758 
36,881 


TOTAL REVENUE 


288,582,892 


630,779 


6,787,134 


591,912 


1,055,639 


EXPENSE 
Power Purchased 


230,814,538 

23,771,483 
4,593,927 

12,862,860 

8,861,786 

506,265 


514,943 

29,114 
19,651 
24,134 
17,654 
7,724 


5,967,805 

201,628 
145,143 
139,605 
162,382 
8,718 


489,452 

15,426 
18,784 
16,802 
19,016 


855,955 

54,960 
31,917 
46,687 
26,019 
397 




Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE .. 


281,410,859 


613,220 


6,625,281 


559,480 


1,015,935 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


7,172,033 
(16,500,000) 


17,559 


161,853 
(6,560) 


32,432 
2,878 


39,704 




NET INCOME 


23,672,033 


17,559 


168,413 


29,554 


39,704 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


23,672,033 


4,000 
13,559 


29,000 
139,413 


29,554 


2,200 

37,504 




23,672,033 


17,559 


168,413 


29,554 


39,704 





216 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Vankleek Hill 

774 


Vaughan 
15,490 


Victoria 

Harbour 

624 


Walkerton 
1,936 


Wallaceburg 
4,316 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
468,359 
187,038 


$ 
24,169,576 
4,342,766 


$ 
366,216 
111,364 


$ 
1,251,714 
462,970 


$ 
4,602,968 
1,739,611 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 
Cash and Bank 


281,321 
21,270 


19,826,810 
428,019 


254,852 
43,684 


788,744 
263,929 


2,863,357 
101 ,200 


Investments 


90,000 


— 


— 


— 


150,000 


Accounts Receivable 

Inventory 

Other 


9,649 

11.178 


1.399,341 
1,164,034 


20,089 
6,867 


47,166 

86,535 

4,565 


15,268 

292,036 

2,500 




132,097 
208,045 


2.991,394 

356,753 

4,739.294 


70,640 
159,154 


402,195 

20.727 

1,053,658 


561 ,004 

10,341 

3,678,168 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL ASSETS 


621,463 


27,914,251 


484,646 


2,265,324 


7,112,870 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 




4,913,316 


_ 


32,000 


306,333 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




— 


4.913.316 


— 


32,000 


306,333 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


- 


444.043 


- 


4,000 


15,857 


Total 


_ 


4.469,273 


— 


28.000 


290,476 


LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


68,333 


3,124,476 


49,313 


191,863 


483,275 




3.820 


777,617 


1,920 


19,539 


18,710 




Total 


72.153 


3,902.093 


51,233 


211,402 


501 ,985 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 


6,369 

379 


9,640.528 
544,658 


152.536 
6,939 


6,244 
536 


17,500 
1,320 








5,990 


9,095,870 


145,597 


5,708 


16,180 


RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


335,275 
208.045 


5,707,721 
4,739,294 


128,662 
159,154 


966,556 
1 .053,658 


2,626,061 
3,678,168 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


621,463 


27,914,251 


484,646 


2,265,324 


7,112,870 



Statements B and C 



217 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Vankleek Hill 

774 


Vaughan 
15,490 


Victoria 
Harbour 

624 


Walkerton 
1,936 


Wallaceburg 
4,316 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
44,314 

64,435 


$ 
2,082,127 

2,445,760 


$ 
28,781 

9,338 


$ 
84,253 

30,508 


$ 
163,720 

210,055 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


108,749 
226,526 


4,527,887 
1,179,834 


38,119 
90,543 


114,761 
851,795 


373,775 
2,252,286 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


335,275 


5,707,721 


128.662 


966,556 


2,626,061 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


570,109 
14,195 


18,362,851 

282,555 


342,280 
9,672 


1,869,242 
78,863 


5,476,722 
105,030 


TOTAL REVENUE 


584,304 


18,645,406 


351,952 


1,948,105 


5,581,752 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


466,894 

11,403 
24,175 
15,340 
18,288 
485 


14,960,664 

638,709 
376,799 
468,855 
556,902 
610,843 


258,910 

36,636 
17,914 
19,496 
8,369 

282 


1,696,454 

67,523 
40,615 
44,079 
45,213 
4,736 


4,733,051 

255,181 
148,991 
217,834 
163,809 
33,379 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


536,585 


17,612,772 


341,607 


1,898,620 


5,552,245 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 


47,719 


1,032,634 


10,345 


49,485 


29,507 
18,532 






NET INCOME 


47,719 


1,032,634 


10,345 


49.485 


10,975 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


47,719 


325,512 
707,122 


4,618 

5,727 


4,000 

45,485 


14,857 
(3,882) 


Net Income 


47,719 


1,032,634 


10,345 


49,485 


10,975 



218 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Wardsville 


Warkworth 


Wasaga Beach 


Waterford 


Waterloo Nortl 




197 


311 


5,217 


1,099 


23,071 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


82,253 


188,744 


3,143,364 


652,659 


29,181,857 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


41 ,562 


76,999 


1,199,460 


221,020 


8,445,233 


Net fixed assets 


40,691 


111,745 


1,943,904 


431 ,639 


20,736,624 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


10,442 


2,347 


176,186 


251 


735,568 


Investments 


8,000 






95,000 


1,885,000 


Accounts Receivable 


2,061 


10,306 


52,604 


14,611 


1,959,455 


Inventory 




2,984 


56,218 


61,535 


1,041,628 


Other 


— 


— 


11,000 


187 


24,254 


Total Current Assets 


20,503 


15,637 


296.008 


171,584 


5,645,905 


OTHER ASSETS 






2,997 


165 


116,401 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO. ... 


65,042 


98,726 


1,117,838 


412,298 


11,671,472 




TOTAL ASSETS 


126,236 


226,108 


3,360,747 


1,015,686 


38,170,402 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


811,049 


— 


4,459,822 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


811,049 


— 


4.459,822 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


38,391 


— 


203,495 


Total 


— 


— 


772,658 


— 


4,256,327 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


7,972 


16,437 


293,793 


129,171 


2,889,530 


Other Liabilities 


650 


1,200 


7,459 


10,954 


726.861 


Total 


8,622 


17,637 


301.252 


140,125 


3,616.391 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


1,298 


3,642 


293.605 


— 


987.084 


Less Amortization 


96 


264 


22,292 


— 


54,841 




1,202 


3,378 


271,313 


— 


932,243 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


51,370 


106,367 


897.686 


463.263 


17,693,969 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO ... 


65,042 


98,726 


1.117.838 


412.298 


1 1 .671 ,472 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


126,236 


226,108 


3,360,747 


1,015,686 


38,170,402 



Statements B and C 



219 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Wardsville 
197 


Warkworth 
311 


Wasaga Beach 
5,217 


Waterford 
1,099 


Waterloo Nortl 
23,071 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 
ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 

Debt Retirement 

Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


$ 
7,562 

3,384 


$ 
14,773 

24,604 


$ 
274,446 

138,457 


$ 
42,123 

66,963 


$ 
2,938,950 

2,339,718 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


10,946 
40,424 


39,377 
66,990 


412,903 
484,783 


109,086 
354,177 


5,278,668 
12,415,301 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUrTY 


51,370 


106,367 


897,686 


463,263 


17,693,969 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


100,780 
1,596 


194,446 
3,124 


2,521,541 
92,783 


614,945 
41,320 


25,520,677 
918,109 


TOTAL REVENUE 


102,376 


197,570 


2,614,324 


656,265 


26,438,786 




EXPENSE 
Power Purchased 


87,451 

2,294 
3,990 

3,857 
3,519 


155,674 

10,765 
6,720 
4,344 
7,757 
2,996 


1,862,490 

205,613 
117,013 
146,794 
109,150 
94,104 


475,787 

62,339 
40,214 
56,316 
23,143 
432 


21,038,753 

1,184,706 
716,521 
517,175 
980,959 
525,200 




Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


101,111 


188,256 


2,535,164 


658,231 


24,963,314 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


1,265 


9,314 


79,160 


(1,966) 
3,702 


1,475,472 
(468,534) 




NET INCOME 


1,265 


9,314 


79,160 


(5,668) 


1 ,944,006 






1,265 


9,314 


31,275 

47,885 


(5,668) 


191,084 
1 ,752,922 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


1,265 


9,314 


79,160 


(5,668) 


1 ,944,006 





220 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Watford 


Waubaushene 


Webbwood 


Welland 


Wellington 


Number of Customers... 


652 


498 


199 


16,491 


581 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


406,064 


211,332 


177,974 


12,793,439 


250,562 




200,132 


48,685 


50,385 


4,914,351 


105,468 




Net fixed assets 


205,932 


162.647 


127,589 


7.879.088 


145.094 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


50,076 


37,700 


4,418 


908.876 


38,164 


Investments 


— 


— 


— 


700,000 


20,000 


Accounts Receivable 


15,027 


9,052 


10,266 


230,058 


5,053 


Inventory 


— 


3,683 


— 


438,237 


4,350 


Other 


2,349 


— 


— 


38,081 


362 


Total Current Assets 


67,452 


50.435 


14.684 


2.315.252 


67,929 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


— 


— 


203,958 


1.136 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


359,020 


114,012 


51,353 


7,907,488 


206,544 




TOTAL ASSETS 


632,404 


327,094 


193,626 


18,305,786 


420,703 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


29.800 


1,373.689 


5,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenture rs 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




_ 


_ 


29.800 


1,373,689 


5.000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


200 


98,221 


1.000 


Total 


_ 


_ 


29,600 


1,275.468 


4.000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


59.158 


25.974 


11,372 


1 .387,841 


39.490 




10.264 


319 


3,447 


65,920 


1,410 




Total 


69.422 


26.293 


14.819 


1,453.761 


40.900 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


1,607 


5.000 


7.073 


168.555 


30,848 




54 


361 


259 


7,454 


2,736 




1.553 


4.639 


6.814 


161.101 


28.112 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


202.409 


182.150 


91,040 


7,507.968 


141,147 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


359,020 


114.012 


51.353 


7.907.488 


206.544 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


632,404 


327,094 


193,626 


18,305,786 


420,703 



Statements B and C 



221 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Watford 
652 


Waubaushene 
498 


Webbwood 
199 


Welland 
16,491 


Wellington 
581 


B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
28,748 

39,551 


$ 
3,242 

26 


$ 
29,581 

2,162 


$ 
2,385,827 

1,064,408 


$ 
20,816 

22,235 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


68,299 
134,110 


3,268 
178,882 


31,743 
59,297 


3,450,235 
4,057,733 


43,051 
98,096 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


202,409 


182,150 


91,040 


7,507,968 


141,147 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


453,440 
11,052 


227,513 
7,146 


131,524 
1,475 


12,696,903 
440,666 


325,194 
4,712 


TOTAL REVENUE 


464,492 


234,659 


132,999 


13,137,569 


329,906 


EXPENSE 


368,081 

25,389 
21,710 
33,441 
15,008 
458 


182,779 

5,761 
7,534 
12,725 
7,896 


94,291 

6,402 
3,779 
5,138 
6,003 
6,128 


11,042,427 

642,258 
443,062 
324,553 
446,209 
154,275 


281,379 

10,735 
10,412 
9,346 
9,132 
587 


Local Generation 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 






TOTAL EXPENSE 


464,087 


216,695 


121,741 


13,052,784 


321,591 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


405 


17,964 


11,258 


84,785 


8,315 




NET INCOME 


405 


17,964 


11,258 


84,785 


8,315 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


8,212 
(7,807) 


17,964 


1,200 
10,058 


97,294 
(12,509) 


1,000 

7,315 


Net Income 


405 


17,964 


1 1 ,258 


84,785 


8,315 



222 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





West Lincoln 
530 


West Lome 

564 


Westminster 
Twp. 
956 


Westport 

354 


Wheatley 
629 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
283,694 
106,196 


$ 
426,984 
198,126 


$ 
776,777 
228.503 


$ 
197,655 
52,094 


$ 
380,836 
183,981 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 
Cash and Bank 


177,498 

22,207 
10,000 
8,407 

3% 


228,858 

33,213 

8.274 
6,660 


548.274 

77,578 

11.973 
7.146 


145,561 

19,306 

4,574 
3.314 


196,855 

87,556 

11,232 
6,877 




Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


41,010 
160,624 


48,147 
336.461 


96,697 
289,667 


27,194 
135,472 


105,665 

272,794 


TOTAL ASSETS 


379,132 


613,466 


934,638 


308,227 


575,314 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


9,000 


3,763 


- 


- 


- 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


9,000 
1.000 


3.763 
3.763 


— 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


8,000 

29,237 
2,413 


60,243 
890 


55,065 

2,125 


19,442 
1,294 


44,485 
1,620 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


31,650 

20,648 
1,607 


61.133 

13,522 
1,102 


57,190 

35,510 
2,114 


20,736 

218 
12 


46,105 

11,661 
906 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


19.041 

159,817 
160,624 


12,420 

203,452 
336,461 


33.396 

554,385 
289,667 


206 

151.813 
135,472 


10,755 

245,660 
272.794 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


379,132 


613,466 


934,638 


308,227 


575,314 



Statements B and C 



223 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


West Lincoln 
530 


West Lome 
564 


Westminster 
Twp. 
956 


Westport 

354 


Wheatley 
629 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
21,000 

45,607 


$ 
13,866 

21,813 


$ 
32,500 

290,502 


$ 
15,000 

564 


$ 
52,000 

9,927 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


66,607 
93,210 


35,679 
167,773 


323,002 
231,383 


15,564 
136,249 


61,927 
183,733 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


159,817 


203,452 


554,385 


151,813 


245,660 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


328,460 
11,221 


472,055 
1 1 .227 


496,301 
1 1 ,933 


259,773 
4,693 


404,473 
13,108 


TOTAL REVENUE 


339,681 


483,282 


508,234 


264,466 


417,581 


EXPENSE 


269,175 

16.005 
15,838 
25,769 
9,495 
996 


390,487 

16,722 
13,478 
18,726 
13,933 
4,024 


418,788 

9,862 
19,839 
12,931 
25,820 

31 


211,386 

9,141 
5,353 
9,619 
7,696 


352,366 

25,406 
17,011 
21,998 
14,110 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


337,278 


457,370 


487,271 


243,195 


430,891 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


2,403 


25,912 


20,963 


21,271 
7,901 


(13,310) 




NET INCOME 


2.403 


25,912 


20,963 


13,370 


(13,310) 






1,000 
1,403 


4,735 
21,177 


20,963 


13,370 


(13,310) 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


2,403 


25,912 


20,963 


13,370 


(13,310) 



224 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Whitby 


Whitchurch 
Stoufvile 


Wiarton 


Williamsburg 


Winchester 




11,862 


1,987 


958 


150 


848 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


12,270,409 


1,339,158 


677,801 


59,288 


593.659 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


3,007,213 


338,009 


232,039 


30,396 


193,755 


Net fixed assets 


9,263,196 


1,001,149 


445,762 


28,892 


399,904 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


71,638 


203,238 


16,240 


8,808 


50,674 


Investments 


— 


58.500 


4,000 


7,000 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


1,104.444 


16.525 


23,665 


4.423 


26,800 


Inventory 


339,882 


47,321 


53,339 


400 


17,300 


Other 


5,763 


7,152 


— 


— 


3,662 


Total Current Assets 


1 ,521 .727 


332,736 


97.244 


20.631 


98,436 


OTHER ASSETS 


97,913 


— 


— 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


4.588,408 


777,717 


428,761 


74.418 


503.578 


TOTAL ASSETS 


15,471,244 


2,111,602 


971,767 


123,941 


1,001,918 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


1,418,889 


— 


42,000 


5.853 


7,750 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenture rs 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




1,418,889 


— 


42,000 


5,853 


7,750 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


210,731 


— 


3,000 


1,282 


7,750 


Total 


1,208,158 


_ 


39,000 


4,571 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


1 ,250,694 


137,489 


69,853 


8,798 


137,428 


Other Liabilities 


116,457 


7,531 


3,469 


616 


435 


Total 


1,367,151 


145,020 


73,322 


9,414 


137,863 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


1,244,415 


— 


3,725 


973 


821 




68.205 


— 


393 


61 


63 






1,176,210 


— 


3,332 


912 


758 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


7,131,317 


1,188,865 


427,352 


34,626 


359,719 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


4,588,408 


777,717 


428,761 


74,418 


503,578 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


15,471,244 


2,111,602 


971,767 


123,941 


1,001,918 



Statements B and C 



225 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 





Whitby 
1 1 ,862 


Whitchurch 
Stoufvile 

1,987 


Wiarton 
958 


Williamsburg 
150 


Winchester 
848 






B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
1,797,903 

2,799,307 


S 
82,272 

469,971 


$ 
108,300 

12,430 


$ 
7,899 


$ 
66,412 

4,100 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 

not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


4,597,210 
2,534,107 


552,243 
636,622 


120,730 
306,622 


7.899 
26,727 


70,512 
289,207 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


7,131,317 


1,188,865 


427,352 


34,626 


359,719 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


10,673,395 
166,714 


1 ,662,885 
70,303 


772,490 
11,619 


95,715 
1,932 


1,033,000 
12,034 


TOTAL REVENUE 


10,840,109 


1,733,188 


784,109 


97,647 


1,045,034 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 


8,846,080 

331,673 
372,995 
284,049 
357,021 
154,489 


1,460,144 

76,542 
65,864 
58,452 
43,134 
138 


611,855 

49,143 
31,983 
24,241 
19,054 
6,268 


77,023 

2,703 
4,590 
2,155 
2,371 
585 


922,399 

31,101 
16,832 
27,751 
22,569 
6,640 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


10,346,307 


1 ,704,274 


742.544 


89,427 


1,027,292 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 

Unusual Items 

Extraordinary /Unusual Item(s) 


493,802 
(121,693) 


28,914 


41,565 
6,602 


8,220 


17,742 
1,700 


NET INCOME 


615,495 


28,914 


34.963 


8,220 


16,042 






194,177 
421,318 


28,914 


5,500 
29,463 


1,161 
7,059 


37,250 
(21,208) 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


615,495 


28,914 


34,963 


8,220 


16,042 



226 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Windermere 


Windsor 


Wingham 


Woodstock 


Woodville 




150 


67,372 


1 ,335 


10,098 


280 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


95.375 


60,819,041 


1.140.344 


8.143,142 


131.890 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


32.483 


•22,784.700 


414.842 


3,174.744 


51,605 


Net fixed assets 


62.892 


38,034.341 


725.502 


4,968.398 


80.285 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


14,217 


497.144 


22.804 


600 


14.279 


Investments 


— 


5.040,000 


— 


771,739 


13.000 


Accounts Receivable 


1 .356 


2,754,952 


31,436 


141,886 


6,906 


Inventory 


650 


3.615,439 


76.785 


577,051 


— 


Other 


977 


30.380 


— 


— 


— 


Total Current Assets 


17,200 


11.937.915 


131.025 


1,491,276 


34.185 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


7,766,831 


— 


120.452 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


52,441 


43.655,948 


896.069 


6.537.999 


89,888 


TOTAL ASSETS 


132,533 


101,395,035 


1,752,5% 


13,118,125 


204,358 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


5.571.753 


— 


120.183 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 














— 


— 


— 


— 


— 






— 


5.571,753 


— 


120.183 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


297,794 


— 


6.364 


— 


Total 


— 


5.273,959 


— 


113.819 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


7,454 


6,623.246 


129.078 


837.383 


15.2% 




— 


1.913,246 


285 


226.482 


1.850 




Total 


7,454 


8.536.492 


129.363 


1,063.865 


17.146 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


785 


1.047.420 


13.784 


69.485 


14,005 




103 


75.961 


1,366 


3.132 


1 .453 






682 


971.459 


12.418 


66.353 


12,552 


RESERVES 


— 


189.945 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


71,956 


42,767.232 


714.746 


5.336.089 


84.772 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


52.441 


43,655,948 


8%. 069 


6.537.999 


89.888 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


132,533 


101,395,035 


1,752,596 


13,118,125 


204,358 



Statements B and C 



227 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 


Windermere 
150 


Windsor 

67,372 


Wingham 
1,335 


Woodstock 
10,098 


Woodville 
280 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
11,238 

1,861 


$ 
6,394,781 

1,547,949 


$ 
81,155 

79,392 


$ 
441 ,446 

428,497 


$ 
5,248 

28,164 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 
not subject to amortization 


Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


13,099 

58,857 


7,942,730 
34,824,502 


160,547 
554,199 


869,943 
4,466,146 


33,412 
51,360 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


71,956 


42,767,232 


714,746 


5,336,089 


84,772 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


79,296 

2,142 


73,558,800 
1,808,713 


1,669,366 
25,926 


9,061,830 
291 ,656 


138,207 
4,500 


TOTAL REVENUE . 


81,438 


75,367,513 


1,695,292 


9,353,486 


142,707 




EXPENSE 


68,161 

3,507 

1,546 

580 

3,858 

55 


64,665,511 

4,118,273 
1,333,479 
1,265,869 
2,094,094 
484,621 


1,455,325 

26,006 
43,116 
63,785 
39,140 
1,268 


8,162,113 

589,101 
193 425 
193,076 
294,220 
10,826 


136,144 

3,852 
3,969 

3,542 
5,251 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


77,707 


73,961,847 


1 ,628,640 


9,442,761 


152,758 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


3,731 


1,405,666 
(50,512) 


66,652 


(89,275) 


(10,051) 




NET INCOME 


3,731 


1,456,178 


66,652 


(89,275) 


(10,051) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


3,731 


595,838 
860,340 


66,652 


2,880 
(92,155) 


(10,051) 




3,731 


1,456,178 


66,652 


(89,275) 


(10,051) 





228 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Wyoming 


York 


Zorra 


Zurich 


Total 




662 


34,857 


888 


375 


2,240,541 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


307,160 


25,999,360 


493,457 


234,575 


2,234,556,438 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


127,869 


10,198,945 


198,804 


103,530 


689,140,825 


Net fixed assets 


179,291 


15,800,415 


294,653 


131,045 


1,545,415,613 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


52,936 


221,179 


124,956 


30,082 


61,149,119 


Investments 


1,400 


3,800,000 





30.000 


163,343,409 


Accounts Receivable 


5,933 


1,352,423 


20,397 


5,355 


154,599,273 


Inventory 


3,623 


1,174,508 


— 


3,914 


82,156,991 


Other 


— 


4,898 


— 


— 


3,426,210 


Total Current Assets 


63,892 


6,553,008 


145,353 


69,351 


464,675,002 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


1,142,136 


— 


— 


66,641 ,686 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


188,063 


19,517,485 


415,166 


163,462 


1,278,825,182 




TOTAL ASSETS 


431,246 


43,013,044 


855,172 


363,858 


3,355,557,483 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


942,136 


— 


— 


244,046,669 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


18.489,261 




— 


942.136 


— 


— 


225,557,408 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


71,471 


— 


— 


15,691.635 


Total 


— 


870,665 


— 


— 


209,865,773 


LIABILITIES 














30,813 
2.736 


2.915.152 
1,681.070 


67,505 


24,085 

1,915 


251,839,499 
60,640,157 


Other Liabilities 


Total 


33,549 


4,596,222 


67.505 


26.000 


312,479.656 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


13,134 


40,298 


1 1 ,767 


671 


91,721,879 




877 


1.087 


1,169 


32 


5.262,790 






12.257 


39,211 


10,598 


639 


86,459,089 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


412.676 


UTILITY EQUITY 


197,377 


17.989.461 


361 .903 


173.757 


1.467.515.107 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


188,063 


19.517,485 


415,166 


163,462 


1,278,825.182 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


431,246 


43,013,044 


855,172 


363,858 


3,355,557,483 



Statements B and C 



229 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1982 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Wyoming 
662 


York 

34,857 


Zorra 
888 


Zurich 

375 


Total 

2,240,541 


B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

ACCUMULATED FROM 
CAPITAL SOURCES 


$ 
9,700 

20,134 


$ 
922,004 

65,062 


$ 
15,789 

46,988 


$ 
5,592 

12,515 


$ 
265,120,053 

182,285,545 


Contribution in Aid of Construction 




Total Accumulated from Capital 

Sources 

ACCUMULATED NET INCOME 


29,834 
167,543 


987,066 
17,002,395 


62,777 
299,126 


18,107 
155,650 


447,405,598 
1,020,109,509 




TOTAL UTILITY EQUITY 


197,377 


17,989,461 


361,903 


173,757 


1,467,515,107 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


387,311 
12,081 


28,864,964 
1,239,730 


728,302 
15,831 


268,007 
8,680 


2,365,215,709 

74,274,727 


TOTAL REVENUE 


399,392 


30,104,694 


744,133 


276,687 


2,439,490,436 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 


342,988 

9,114 
6,756 
5,214 
10,909 


24,089,384 

1,479,218 

1,125,708 

950,245 

1,073,746 

17,771 


635,233 

21,824 
19,230 
12,555 
19,737 


231 ,756 

11,546 
9,991 

17,560 
8,511 


1,994,444,177 
2,246,195 
124,067,342 
59,197,053 
61,265,944 
76,756,157 
23,662,265 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


374,981 


28,736,072 


708,579 


279,364 


2,341,639,133 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


24,411 
(4,135) 


1 ,368,622 
(97,376) 


35,554 


(2,677) 


97,851,303 
16,846,086- 




NET INCOME 


28,546 


1,465,998 


35,554 


(2,677) 


114,697,389 






28,546 


67,425 
1,398,573 


35,554 


(2,677) 


14,710,734 
99,986,655 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


28,546 


1,465,998 


35,554 


(2,677) 


114,697,389 



231 

STATEMENT "D" 

Statement D records use of energy, revenue, number of cutomers, average use 
per customer, and average revenue per kilowatt-hour for each of the main classes 
of service for all the municipal electrical utilities supplied under cost contracts 
with Ontario Hydro. The number of customers shown is that at the end of the 
year under review, but the calculation of monthly energy use per customer is based 
on the average of the numbers served at the end of the year under review and 
the preceding year. This is not applicable for restructured utilities. The revenue 
and use of energy for house heating and the use of flat-rate water heaters are 
included in the total shown, the flat-rate water-heater kilowatt-hours being 
estimated on the basis of 16.8 hours' use per day. 

The average revenue per kilowatt-hour is the average paid by the customer, 
that is average revenue per kilowatt-hour received by the utility. Such a statistical 
average does not represent the utility's actual revenue from delivering one kilo- 
watt-hour. However, a comparison of this average over a number of years gives 
some indication of the trend of revenue in any one municipality, and the general 
trend may be seen in the table on page 97. 

The general service class includes data on both industrial and commercial 
customers. 

Information on monthly rates and comparative bills are published separately 
from this publication. Readers who require this information may obtain it by 
request to the Rates and Market Research Division of the Marketing Branch, 
at the Ontario Hydro Head Office, Toronto. 



232 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

THE FORTY MAJOR MUNICIPAL 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Toronto 

Hamilton 

North York 

Ottawa 

Scarborough 

Mississauga 

Etobicoke 

Windsor 

London 

St. Catharines 

Kitchener Wilmot 

Brampton 

Oshawa 

Oakville 

Thunder Bay 

Burlington 

York 

Guelph 

Sarnia 

East York 

Cambridge N. Dumfries 

Sudbury 

Markham 

Waterloo North 

Nepean 

Brantford 

Peterborough 

Kingston 

Niagara Falls 

Gloucester 

Vaughan 

North Bay 

Barrie 

Belleville 

Welland 

Chatham 

Pickering 

Richmond Hill 

Whitby 

Stoney Creek 

Total 



kW.h 
7.595,198,948 

5.202.826.488 
4.560.828.110 
3.431.998.350 
3,290.434.947 

3.287.714.885 
2,934,491.237 
2.066.588.235 
1.975.348.590 
1.342.894,147 

1.329.985.169 
1.277.875.822 
1.197,325.929 
1,079.081.193 
1,039.634.977 

878.317.434 
817,421.458 
747.259,945 

714.823.830 
702.746,011 

695.921.742 

687.986.317 
683.242.056 

670.357,051 
649.249,877 

600,469,157 
598.291,545 
539,523.152 
499,612.364 
466,733.521 

447.139.726 
440.665.033 
388.702.720 
363,559,490 
335,853.073 

321.430.157 
297.727.944 
292.747.108 
284.073,159 
265.484.786 
55.001,565,683 



279,091.149 
166.959,817 
165,923.902 

116.735.542 
118,159.498 

118,952.379 
101.224.962 
73,558.800 
72.282,427 
45,683,068 

47.616,039 
51.699.409 
43,434,055 
36,707,872 
38,178,295 

34.238.180 
28.864,964 
26.728.327 
23.248,424 
25,103,596 

27,179.915 
28.661.187 
27.577.532 
25,520.677 
24.536.288 

21,136,993 
23,059,397 
19.195,120 

18.473,185 
17,779,533 

18,362.851 
16,885.789 
14.884.245 
13,629,214 
12.696.903 

12.287.567 
12.049,903 
11,951.004 

10.673.395 

10,595,097 

1,981,526.500 



204.395 
117.424 
141,862 
113.454 
107.846 

86,070 
91,155 
67,372 
87,104 
43,806 

48.800 
43,360 
36.902 
22,926 

41.589 

33.656 
34.857 

23.316 
17.152 
25.044 

26.701 
33.506 
27.378 
23.071 
24,677 

27,175 
22,656 
22.003 
26,068 
21,506 

15.490 
18,648 
16.235 
13.449 
16,491 

14.249 
12.866 
12.809 
1 1 .862 
12,031 
1,786,961 



kW.h 
1.338.263.948 

758.631.598 
1.327.189.356 

940,858.022 
1.011.203.440 

760,223.151 
736.254.364 
483.920.409 
653.087.960 
298.821.542 

416.104.380 
397,453,472 
397,781.147 
221,204.974 
345.465.635 

329.246.218 
255.765.617 
209.818.144 
127.763.590 
190.596.027 

222.655.864 
325.264.241 
301.730.048 
213.131,127 
278,540,965 

200,895,673 
227.963,407 
170.120.275 
171.716.226 
222.976.724 

115.575.778 
181.996.695 
125.938,150 
117.783,706 
96.848,497 

92.543.133 
163.973.915 
116.444.634 
127.528.236 

97.859.454 
14,771,139.742 



$ 
51.281.466 
33.564,249 
50.856.948 
34,007,006 
38,191,867 

31.343,130 
28.982,890 
20.036.852 
27,107.430 
12,957.009 

15.879,209 
17,820.378 
15,325,194 
9,408,428 
14,562,780 

14.334.005 
9,659,400 
8.703.291 
5,364.388 
7.381.841 

9,434.231 
13.740,398 
12.903.993 

8.875.493 
11.367,346 

8.100,798 
9,896.435 
6,769.427 
7,541.821 
9.232.618 

5.300,892 
7.764.480 
5,414.921 
4.889.995 
4.266.496 

4.096.637 
7.076.271 
5.181.346 
5.247,029 

4.387.381 

598.255.769 



172.784 
106,255 
126.248 
99.969 
95,464 

75,908 
83,729 
59,751 
77.838 
39.233 

43.245 
38,424 
33,107 
20.176 

37.416 

30.564 
30.861 
20.946 
15.066 
22.455 

23.371 
29.737 
23.342 
19.161 
22,121 

24,748 
19,672 
18,245 
23.132 
19,589 

12.324 
16,267 
14.181 
1 1 .373 
14.533 

12.447 
1 1 .875 
11,315 
10.726 
10,548 
1.578,146 



kW.h 
649 
597 
876 
790 
889 

840 
736 
674 
702 
636 

805 
878 
1,007 
922 
775 

899 
693 
838 
708 
707 

798 
915 

1.100 
944 

1.077 

677 
971 
781 
619 
976 

823 
932 
788 
864 

558 

620 
1.172 

873 
1 .000 

769 

785 



Statement D 



233 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 
December 31, 1982 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


e 


kW.h 


$ 




e 


kW.h 


$ 


4,809.737,407 


182,751,872 


31,589 


12,688 


3.80 


1,382,299,690 


43,004,514 


22 


3.11 


64,897,903 


2,053,297 


1,277,881,029 


45,128,372 


11,154 


9,505 


3.53 


3,135,740,861 


87,280,371 


15 


2.78 


30,573,000 


986,825 


3,058,460,954 


109,529,629 


15,611 


16,375 


3.58 


131,475,960 


3,962,569 


3 


3.01 


43.701,840 


1,574,756 


2,094,462,328 


70,477,074 


13,475 


13,019 


3.36 


366,672,000 


11,221,035 


10 


3.06 


30,006,000 


1 ,030,427 


1,946,272,967 


70,265,091 


12,375 


13,280 


3.61 


298,801,020 


8,548,770 


7 


2.86 


34,157,520 


1,153,770 


1,942,198,646 


70,567,524 


10,155 


17,721 


3.63 


558,926,328 


16,080,798 


7 


2.88 


26,366,760 


960,927 


2,019,219,952 


66,262,773 


7.423 


22,782 


3.28 


148,062,681 


5,070,453 


3 


3.42 


30,954,240 


908,846 


944,874.771 


33.670.732 


7.614 


10,301 


3.56 


612,164,655 


18,966,326 


7 


3.10 


25,628,400 


884,890 


1,174,334,179 


40,483.420 


9.263 


10,574 


3.45 


124,256,091 


3,894,679 


3 


3.13 


23,670,360 


796,898 


411,758,030 


13,846,672 


4,567 


7,517 


3.36 


616,984,695 


18,398,197 


6 


2.98 


15,329,880 


481,190 


700,338.029 


24,806,368 


5,551 


10,548 


3.54 


196,226,400 


6,351,811 


4 


3.24 


17,316,360 


578,651 


821,630.864 


32,147,164 


4,935 


14,155 


3.91 


45,727,806 


1,238,708 


1 


2.71 


13,063-,680 


493,159 


399,744,506 


14,187,833 


3.791 


8,817 


3.55 


389,242,196 


13,557,362 


4 


3.48 


10,558,080 


363,666 


369,361.080 


13,499,881 


2,746 


11,312 


3.65 


480,823,739 


13,527,772 


4 


2.81 


7,691,400 


271,791 


617,814,854 


21,176,865 


4,171 


12,539 


3.43 


62,333,568 


1,966,352 


2 


3.15 


14,020,920 


472,298 


539,300.816 


19,568,151 


3,092 


14.798 


3.63 














9,770,400 


336,024 


433,912.121 


15,393,500 


3,993 


9,011 


3.55 


121,229,520 


3,585,873 


3 


2.96 


6,514,200 


226,191 


403,128.623 


13,862.199 


2,367 


14,581 


3.44 


126,283,378 


3,895,467 


3 


3.08 


8,029.800 


267,370 


271,046,480 


9,310,178 


2,083 


1 1 ,094 


3.43 


309,162,240 


8,335,954 


3 


2.70 


6,851,520 


237,904 


505,562,704 


17,503,645 


2,589 


16,260 


3.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


6,587,280 


218,110 


465,378,998 


17,461,760 


3,330 


1 1 ,678 


3.75 














7,886,880 


283,924 


354,800,276 


14,606.552 


3,769 


7,783 


4.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7,921,800 


314,237 


375,248,008' 


14,448,036 


4,036 


8,078 


3.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


6,264,000 


225,503 


400,250,440 


14,823,893 


3,909 


8,504 


3.70 


49,634,724 


1,561,715 


1 


3.15 


7,340,760 


259,576 


366,708,232 


13,025,810 


2,556 


12,175 


3.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,000,680 


143,132 


391,123,564 


12.767,677 


2.427 


14,067 


3.26 














8,449,920 


268,518 


304,846,658 


11,116,897 


2,983 


8,703 


3.65 


58,716,000 


1,810,021 


1 


3.08 


6,765,480 


236,044 


335.874.082 


11,387,867 


3,757 


7.494 


3.39 


27,777,795 


847,883 


1 


3.05 


5.751,000 


189,943 


319,724,858 


10,672,605 


2,936 


9,125 


3.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,171,280 


258,759 


236,428,517 


8,319,342 


1,916 


10,425 


3.52 


2,935,200 


72,600 


1 


2.47 


4,393,080 


154,973 


328,908,228 


12,960,895 


3,166 


9,383 


3.94 














2,655,720 


101,064 


255,370,738 


9,007,552 


2,381 


8,923 


3.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,297,600 


113,757 


226.031.774 


8,226,534 


2,053 


9,576 


3.64 


34,072,756 


1,149,692 


1 


3.37 


2,660,040 


93,098 


241 ,058.704 


8,575,558 


2,076 


9,709 


3.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,717,080 


163,661 


201,099,846 


7,035,741 


1,957 


8,520 


3.50 


32,154,810 


1,206,193 


1 


3.75 


5,749,920 


188,473 


224,101,904 


8.024,383 


1.802 


10,629 


3.58 














4,785,120 


166,547 


131.396,389 


4,887,705 


991 


11,430 


3.72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,357,640 


85,927 


173,260,834 


6,657,113 


1,494 


9,651 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,041,640 


112,545 


151,714,443 


5,262,524 


1,136 


1 1 ,329 


3.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,830,480 


163,842 


loi.703.132 


6,070,876 


1,483 


10,016 


3.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,922,200 


136,840 


30,388,069,965 


1.089,778.263 


208,702 


12,287 


3.59 


9,311,704,113 


275,535,115 


113 


2.96 


530,651,863 


17,957,353 



234 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blandford Blenheim . 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bothwell 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 



kW.h 
6.688,260 
187.629.088 
39.618.505 
11.172,100 
39.908.896 

27.246.705 
4,441,729 
70,617,667 
24,132.041 
1.430.270 

2.913.530 
82.005.829 
17.447.405 

6,642.343 
48.065.294 

122.763.653 

1.408.880 

50,396.316 

23.007.854 
388.702.720 

9.071.620 
6.922.582 
5.032.552 
9.184.191 
21,807.995 

363.559.490 

5.756.487 

13.386,931 

29.272.787 

5.954,408 

9.887.811 
17.134.801 

6.897,470 
33.317.121 
41.053.108 

12.324.253 

1.277,875,822 

600.469,157 

92.322.005 

2.174,782 



$ 

250,275 
6.993,875 
1 .499.079 

443,666 
1.451.328 

1 .026.562 
179.086 

2.623,428 

986.708 

61 .983 

97.187 

2.925.870 

662.240 

279,815 

1 ,699.048 

4.808.505 

62.003 

1.910,184 

916.820 

14.884.245 

393.632 
275.994 
205.312 
379.658 
866.454 

13.629.214 
228.485 

521.925 

1.135.050 

235,047 

366,790 

735,301 

283,025 

1,324,194 

1,677.992 

537,402 

51,699.409 

21.136.993 

3.562,143 

84,471 



293 
8.113 

1 .524 

452 

1 .843 

1.518 

362 

2,751 

1,446 

120 

213 

2.547 

757 

440 

1.980 

5.507 
126 
2.0% 
1.022 
16.235 

541 
436 
314 
693 

1 ,345 

13.449 

327 

650 

1.561 

337 

404 
1.016 

418 
1 .745 
2,280 

198 

43.360 

27.175 

2.530 

122 



kW.h 

3.276.800 
62.938.565 
16.798.475 

6,657.520 
13.835.750 

15.640,443 

1,924,659 

30.587.118 

16.729.686 

1.109.200 

2.205.670 
22.811.915 
6.500.200 
4,063.807 
16.563.958 

53.462.041 
1.071.550 

23.045,836 

9.318.408 

125.938.150 

4.003.673 
4.456,939 
3.633.600 
5.380.800 
14.131.232 

117.783.706 
3.835.832 
6.148.597 
11.564.120 
3.116,455 

4.160,966 
9,176.000 
3,601.590 
15.775.800 
20,822.430 

2.174.166 

397,453.472 

200,895.673 

24.552.850 

1,001.195 



$ 

126.616 
2.609,470 
666,378 
272,067 
541.156 

622.218 

85.348 

1,213,402 

726,557 
48,145 

73.188 
966.875 
269,898 

176.526 
715.635 

2.192.700 
47.194 
891.033 
396.782 

5,414,921 

184.890 
179.147 
147.598 

228.581 
583.938 

4.889.995 
154.578 
250.177 
470.132 
123.995 

160.292 
408.992 
148.128 
653.917 
902.266 

99.404 

17.820.378 

8.100.798 

981,954 

39.484 



245 
7.212 
1.243 

384 
1,533 

1,316 

296 

2.381 

1 .320 

100 

180 

2,183 

622 

375 
1.677 

4.883 

107 

1.791 

791 

14.181 

430 
390 
269 
613 
1.223 

1 1 .373 

283 

524 

1 .326 

263 

326 

794 

322 

1.390 

1 .955 

176 

38.424 

24.748 

1 .658 

86 



kW.h 
1.106 

761 
1.146 
1.452 

764 

993 

538 
1.281 

1 .072 
906 

1,027 
876 
888 
903 
829 

931 
850 

1 .073 
976 
788 

774 
952 
1.126 
734 
964 

864 

1,134 

978 

727 

1 .007 

1.064 
974 
935 
944 
832 

1 .029 

878 

677 

1 .235 

970 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1982 



235 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


a 


kW.h 


$ 




c 


kW.h 


$ 


3,276,100 


119,063 


48 


5,460 


3.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


135,360 


4,596 


122,949,621 


4,325,389 


901 


1 1 ,750 


3.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,740,902 


59,016 


22.429,790 


819,205 


281 


6,628 


3.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


390,240 


13,496 


4,366,620 


166,427 


68 


5,274 


3.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


147,960 


5,172 


25,644,386 


895,896 


310 


7,578 


3.49 


— 


— 


— 


— 


428,760 


14,276 


11,219,622 


391,712 


202 


4,629 


3.49 














386,640 


12,632 


2,387,830 


89,419 


66 


3,061 


3.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


129,240 


4,319 


39.236,749 


1 ,383,079 


370 


9,237 


3.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


793,800 


26,947 


6,890,435 


243,560 


126 


4.557 


3.53 


— 


— 


— . 


— 


511,920 


16,591 


296,950 


13,008 


20 


1,302 


4.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


24,120 


830 


605,260 


21,096 


33 


1,483 


3.49 














102,600 


2,903 


58,593,434 


1,938,150 


364 


13,451 


3.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


600,480 


20,845 


10,712,485 


384,480 


135 


6,469 


3.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


234,720 


7,862 


2,411,856 


97,287 


65 


3,092 


4,03 


— 


— 


— 


— 


166,680 


6,002 


30,750,016 


960,706 


303 


8,429 


3.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


751,320 


22,707 


68,380,012 


2,582,218 


624 


9,577 


3.78 














921,600 


33,587 


278,650 


12,746 


19 


1,222 


4.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


58,680 


2,063 


26,906,240 


1,003,381 


305 


7,499 


3.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


444,240 


15,770 


13,361,126 


508,696 


231 


4,927 


3.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


328,320 


11,342 


226,031,774 


8,226,534 


2,053 


9,576 


3.64 


34,072,756 


1,149,692 


1 


3.37 


2,660,040 


93,098 


4.828,907 


200,060 


111 


3,658 


4.14 














239,040 


8,682 


2,313,003 


91,502 


46 


4,190 


3.% 


— 


— 


— 


— 


152,640 


5,345 


1,313,632 


54,781 


45 


2,433 


4.17 


— 


— 


— 


— 


85,320 


2,933 


3,553,551 


142,531 


80 


3,702 


4.01 


— 


— 


— 


— 


249,840 


8,546 


7,245,483 


268.040 


122 


4,949 


3.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


431,280 


14,476 


241 ,058,704 


8,575.558 


2,076 


9,709 


3.56 














4,717,080 


163,661 


1 ,803.295 


69,792 


44 


3,415 


3.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


117,360 


4,115 


7,040,334 


264,784 


126 


4,620 


3.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


198,000 


6,964 


17,215,827 


648,035 


235 


6,105 


3.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


492,840 


16,883 


2,738,593 


107,636 


74 


3,084 


3.93 


— 


— 


— 


— 


99,360 


3,416 


5,537,125 


200,01 1 


78 


5,916 


3.61 














189,720 


6,487 


7,586,561 


312,719 


222 


2,900 


4.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


372,240 


13,590 


3,121,280 


128,745 


96 


2,627 


4.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


174,600 


6,152 


16.855,161 


646,458 


355 


4,013 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


686,160 


23,819 


19,490,158 


749,541 


325 


5,239 


3.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


740,520 


26,185 


10,105,807 


436.362 


22 


38,280 


4.32 














44,280 


1,636 


821 ,630,864 


32.147,164 


4.935 


14,155 


3.91 


45,727,806 


1 ,238,708 


1 


2.71 


13,063,680 


493,159 


391,123,564 


12.767,677 


2,427 


14,067 


3.26 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,449,920 


268,518 


43,685.083 


1 .689.874 


871 


4,258 


3.87 


23,836,032 


881,801 


1 


3.70 


248,040 


8,514 


1,139,027 


43,817 


36 


2,637 


3.85 


" 


" 


" 


" 


34,560 


1,170 



236 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Brighton 

Brock 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burk's Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledon 

Caledonia 

Cambridge N. Dumfries 

Campbellford 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 



kW.h 
24.898.400 
35,942,596 
223.089.966 
7.913,810 
6.774,907 

8,464,160 

878,317.434 

3,992,982 

51.417.965 

17,504,704 

695.921.742 

31.980.747 

24,401,261 

7,769,080 

43.555.573 

15.844.142 
7.383.900 
6.034,757 
25.930,331 
321,430.157 

3,476,990 
15,071.601 

19.787.968 
4.741.758 
23,145.032 

7.820.428 

144,391.811 

50.691,647 

15,010,390 

6,486.240 

163,704.804 
4.489,387 
13.006,957 
6.248,177 
4,191,054 

8.824,570 
3.609.450 

48.741,030 
2.779.563 

25,837,699 



$ 

1.018.605 

1,375,992 

8,019,120 

303.923 

293.820 

338.484 

34.238,180 

163.712 

2.143.015 

616,849 

27.179.915 

1.109.885 

981,325 

299,972 

1,764.524 

640,516 

269.700 

225.420 

1.145.272 

12.287,567 

123.013 
611.814 
741 .673 
194.514 
953,573 

309.559 

5.155,687 

1.883,913 

585,942 

262,565 

5.912,999 

189,727 
488.831 
240,396 
172,509 

350,546 
142.870 

2.032.079 
113.593 

1.142.678 



1.409 

1.969 

7,996 

446 

466 

451 

33,656 

259 

2.343 
1 .508 

26.701 

1 .633 

1.406 

723 

2,443 

658 

522 

367 

1,221 

14.249 

189 
879 
614 
317 
1.431 

488 
4.514 

2.015 
790 
416 

5,180 

273 
880 
404 
333 

507 
2(K) 

1 ,758 
178 

1.K74 



kW.h 

14.612.774 
20,810.600 
71,991.298 

4.712.820 
3.853.273 

3.855.100 
329,246.218 
3,452.456 
19.414.120 
10.260.868 

222.655.864 

14.708.044 

16.034,998 

5,165,110 

22,868,988 

7.734.457 
3.782.680 
4.469.025 
13.789.069 
92.543,133 

1.909.500 
9.651.831 
7.245.411 
3.031.459 
11.695,520 

4.906,953 
33.403.411 
16,160,718 
9.063.050 
4371.800 

47.542.474 
2.039.929 
8.955.467 
4.733.087 
3.133.801 

6,094.550 
2,042.650 

26.716.068 
2.258,798 
10.885.181 



$ 

619,514 
800,011 
2.959,850 
182.939 
169,222 

154,228 
14.334.005 

141.029 
880.922 

385.264 

9.434.231 
529.753 
682,314 
205.956 

1 .004.701 

334.943 
141.811 

170.479 

658.699 

4.096.637 

68.955 
393.461 
284.323 
122.484 
507.434 

194.749 
1.365.563 
709.547 
366.315 
176.120 

1.971.088 
93.297 
347.336 
180.051 
127.544 

245.534 

82.548 

1.201.010 

91,536 

539.117 



1,218 

1,681 

7.000 

354 

353 

351 

30.564 

237 

1.967 

1 .335 

23.371 

1 .355 

1.297 

652 

2.194 

526 

417 

337 

1 ,044 

12.447 

145 
736 
519 

243 
1.216 

412 

3.866 

1.706 

690 

329 

4.471 
223 
810 
345 
284 

444 
158 

1 .608 
157 

1 .560 



kW.h 
1.004 

1 .034 
857 

1.109 
912 

900 
899 

1 ,245 
824 
647 

798 

908 

1.034 

662 
880 

1.237 

758 

1.108 

1.102 

620 

1.090 

1 .088 
1.163 

1 .035 
798 

995 

720 

832 

1 .095 

1.111 

892 
759 
918 

1.147 
916 

1.149 
1.071 
1 .390 
1.199 
585 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1982 



237 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5.000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


c 


kW.h 


$ 




c 


kW.h 


$ 


9,920.946 


386.425 


191 


4,351 


3.90 


— 


— 


— 


— 


364,680 


12,666 


14.620.796 


558,227 


288 


4,245 


3.82 


— 


— 


— 


— 


511,200 


17,754 


124.860.528 


4,177.078 


995 


10,542 


3.35 


24,006,500 


809,046 


1 


3.37 


2,231,640 


73,146 


3.044.750 


115.721 


92 


2,699 


3.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


156,240 


5,263 


2.771,154 


119,209 


113 


2,062 


4.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


150,480 


5,389 


4.482,700 


179.866 


100 


3.662 


4.01 














126.360 


4,390 


539.300,816 


19,568,151 


3,092 


14,798 


3.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


9,770,400 


336,024 


450,526 


19,380 


22 


1,788 


4.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


90,000 


3,303 


31.417,765 


1,240.831 


376 


6,963 


3.95 


— 


— 


— 


— 


586,080 


21 ,262 


6.812.916 


219,617 


173 


3.320 


3.22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


430,920 


11,968 


465.378,998 


17.461.760 


3,330 


1 1 .678 


3.75 


_ 











7,886,880 


283,924 


16.864,463 


567,112 


278 


5,019 


3.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


408,240 


13,020 


7.888.183 


282,539 


109 


6.031 


3.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


478,080 


16,472 


2.393,010 


86.997 


71 


2,849 


3.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


210,960 


7,019 


20.034.985 


737,373 


249 


6,787 


3.68 


— 


— 


— 


— 


651,600 


22,450 


7,960,645 


300,422 


132 


5,026 


3.77 














149,040 


5.151 


3,318,620 


119.473 


105 


2,634 


3.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


282,600 


8,416 


1 .449,452 


51.251 


30 


3,896 


3.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


116,280 


3,690 


1 1 .799,262 


474.169 


177 


5,684 


4.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


342,000 


12,404 


224,101,904 


8.024,383 


1,802 


10,629 


3.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,785,120 


166.547 


1 .452,650 


50,476 


44 


2.690 


3.47 





_ 








114,840 


3,582 


5,124,570 


207.954 


143 


3,007 


4.06 


— 


— 


— 


— 


295,200 


10,399 


12,336,637 


450,201 


95 


10,709 


3.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


205,920 


7.149 


1.514,459 


65,278 


74 


1,705 


4.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


195.840 


6,752 


10.942.272 


428,133 


215 


4,261 


3.91 


— 


— 


— 


— 


507,240 


18,006 


2.733.475 


108,557 


76 


2,997 


3.97 





__ 


_ 


_ 


180,000 


6,253 


110.042.680 


3,757,607 


648 


14,239 


3.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


945,720 


32.517 


34,072,289 


1.159,531 


309 


9,371 


3.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


458,640 


14,835 


5,558,180 


206,285 


100 


4.632 


3.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


389,160 


13,342 


1.989.520 


82,068 


87 


1,928 


4.13 


— 


— 


— 


— 


124,920 


4,377 


115.096.370 


3,905,436 


709 


13,605 


3.39 





_ 


_ 


_ 


1 ,065 ,960 


36,475 


2.315.178 


91,829 


50 


3,937 


3.97 


— 


— 


— 


— 


134,280 


4,601 


3.664.490 


129,245 


70 


4,183 


3.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


387,000 


12,250 


1.398.450 


56,412 


59 


1.910 


4.03 


— 


— 


— 


— 


116,640 


3,933 


972.293 


42,063 


49 


1,620 


4.33 


— 


— 


— 


— 


84,960 


2.902 


2,586,020 


99.957 


63 


3,315 


3.87 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


144,000 


5,055 


1 .498.400 


57,926 


42 


2,904 


3.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


68,400 


2,396 


21,132,522 


798,003 


150 


11,819 


3.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


892,440 


33,066 


457,405 


19.810 


21 


1,815 


4.33 


— 


— 


— 


— 


63,360 


2,247 


14.331,878 


581 ,843 


314 


3.816 


4.06 










620,640 


21,718 



238 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

East Zorra Tavistock 

Eganville 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embrun 

Erie Beach 

Erieau 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flamborough 

Flesherton 

Forest 

Frankford 

Georgina 

Glencoe 

Gloucester 

Goderich 

Goulbourn 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 



kW.h 

17,867.360 
6,659.099 
5.948,150 

21,289,216 

52,769,742 

2.739,110 

13.554,900 

116,340,474 

36,486,723 

16.674.086 

4.986,598 

702,746,011 

17,937,092 

8.398,130 
10.298,590 

1.712.200 

18.574,125 

15.847,906 

924,735 

3,818,656 

42,359.940 
42.097,638 
37,067,313 
2,934,491.237 
33,345.472 

17,496,741 

83.717.222 
3,004,239 

19,603.912 
5.575,168 

23,419.174 
12,019,549 
21.828,640 
12.725,843 
466,733,521 

86,199,946 
20,044,184 
9,194,747 
7.898.760 
2,305,705 



$ 
699.402 
258.390 
225,770 
861.419 
2,191,216 

107,136 

505,303 

4,709,356 

1,453,002 

726,297 

229,449 
25,103,596 
680.464 
310.545 
388,540 

73,817 
720,539 
629,872 

42.756 
141,767 

1.338,897 

1,706,741 

1,485,267 

101.224,962 

1.363.128 

701.665 
2,908,082 
131,355 
731,411 
220.031 

960.449 
513,106 

877,117 

541 ,243 

17,779,533 

3.277.832 
819,816 
404,146 
287,312 
107,807 



684 

436 

341 

1.090 

2,706 

130 

604 

6,661 

2.192 

1.054 

450 
25.044 
728 
584 
549 

162 
1.001 

571 
134 
366 

853 

2,108 

2,119 

91,155 

1,737 

1.011 

2.246 

197 

996 

326 

1.166 
773 

1.126 

767 

21,506 

3,094 

1,014 

906 

501 

134 



kW.h 
7,155,970 
3,077,273 
2,684,410 
7,726,620 
21.434,100 

1,014,750 
6.501.150 
58.776.510 
12.546.008 
8,335.155 

2.665.454 
190,596.027 
8,636,950 
4.736.030 
4.555,850 

1 .302.600 
9,845,240 
8.510,158 
849.927 
2,676.116 

9.108,650 
25.683.490 
19.283,693 

736.254.364 
17.832,541 

9.965.700 
17,878.414 
1 .566,667 
9.493.600 
2.740.550 

11.890,121 
8.060.594 

1 1 ,349.350 
4.869.350 

222,976,724 

27.948.238 

13,792,626 

4,597.562 

5.354.200 

1,229.850 



$ 

312,266 
125,002 
103.637 
343,158 
1.045,955 

39.194 
248.029 

2.613,095 
594,910 
385,508 

128.659 
7.381.841 
345.707 
176.508 
175,972 

55.993 

394.535 

344,610 

39.583 

99.585 

356.900 

1.075,086 

825.082 

28.982.890 

751.591 

406.308 
738.717 
70.319 
369,776 
108,761 

502.242 
352.425 
465,144 
217.952 
9,232.618 

1.195.946 
576.847 
214.811 
193.489 

47.554 



602 

352 

272 

893 

2,331 

94 

481 

5,943 

1.879 

902 

371 

22.455 

613 

472 
427 

137 
843 
471 
129 
313 

720 

1.860 

1.859 

83.729 

1.459 

844 
1.943 
147 
823 
255 

965 
674 
934 
607 
19.589 

2.637 
906 
709 
430 
113 



kW.h 
1,012 
737 
816 
720 
771 

900 
1.097 
855 
556 
773 

595 
707 
1,192 
838 
895 

792 
978 
1,528 
545 
712 

1 .056 

1.152 

856 

736 

1.017 

984 
770 
888 
973 
8% 

1,024 
997 

1,016 
666 
976 

874 
1.286 

540 
1 .038 

907 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1982 



239 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5.000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


i 


kW.h 


$ 




<t 


kW.h 


$ 


10,416,190 


376,572 


82 


10,334 


3.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


295,200 


10,564 


3,428,466 


128,184 


84 


3,442 


3.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


153,360 


5,204 


3.158,260 


118,743 


69 


3,814 


3.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


105,480 


3,390 


13,187.836 


505,250 


197 


5,579 


3.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


374,760 


13,011 


30.169,242 


1,105,708 


375 


6,926 


3.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,166,400 


39,553 


1 ,673,600 


66,179 


36 


3,874 


3.95 














50,760 


1,763 


6,861,150 


250,910 


123 


4,765 


3.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


192,600 


6,364 


55,027,404 


2,010,433 


718 


6,369 


3.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,536,560 


85.828 


23.358,235 


839,170 


313 


6,140 


3.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


582,480 


18.922 


8,050,931 


330,343 


152 


4,385 


4.10 


— 


— 


— 


— 


288.000 


10,446 


2,175,704 


95,604 


79 


2,295 


4.39 














145,440 


5,186 


505,562,704 


17,503,645 


2,589 


16,260 


3.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


6,587,280 


218,110 


9,067,942 


326,869 


115 


6,350 


3.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


232,200 


7,888 


3,456,180 


127,510 


112 


2,595 


3.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


205.920 


6.527 


5,564,180 


206,597 


122 


3,801 


3.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


178,560 


5,971 


353,800 


15,820 


25 


1,134 


4.47 














55,800 


2,004 


8,519,725 


319,068 


158 


4,522 


3.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


209,160 


6,936 


7,155,948 


278,802 


100 


5,573 


3.90 


— 


— 


— 


— 


181,800 


6,460 


49,608 


2,300 


5 


689 


4.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


25,200 


873 


1 ,066,220 


39,804 


53 


1,587 


3.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


76,320 


2,378 


32,988,850 


972,982 


133 


20,826 


2.95 














262,440 


9,015 


15,934,268 


614,403 


248 


5,533 


3.86 


— 


— 


— 


— 


479,880 


17,252 


17,223,100 


641,016 


260 


5,520 


3.72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


560,520 


19,169 


2,019,219,952 


66,262,773 


7,423 


22,782 


3.28 


148,062,681 


5,070,453 


3 


3.42 


30,954,240 


908,846 


14,884,371 


589,217 


278 


4,414 


3.96 


— 


— 


— 


— 


628,560 


22,320 


7,232,961 


284,941 


167 


3,609 


3.94 














298,080 


10,416 


65,201,608 


2,148,410 


303 


17,932 


3.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


637,200 


20,955 


1,314,812 


56,547 


50 


2,236 


4.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


122,760 


4,489 


9,713.592 


348.427 


173 


4,818 


3.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


396,720 


13,208 


2,742,818 


108,163 


71 


3,265 


3.94 


— 


— 


— 


— 


91,800 


3,107 


11,126,573 


443,715 


201 


4,683 


3.99 














402,480 


14,492 


3,732,155 


152,540 


99 


3,142 


4.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


226,800 


8,141 


10.226.210 


402,762 


192 


4,393 


3.94 


— 


— 


— 


— 


253,080 


9,211 


7,583,253 


313,763 


160 


3,950 


4.14 


— 


— 


— 


— 


273,240 


9,528 


236,428,517 


8,319,342 


1,916 


10,425 


3.52 


2,935,200 


72,600 


1 


2.47 


4,393,080 


154,973 


57,116,268 


2,042,467 


457 


10,415 


3.58 








_ 





1,135,440 


39,419 


6,004,598 


234,279 


108 


4,389 


3.90 


— 


— 


— 


— 


246,960 


8,690 


4,293,705 


178,803 


197 


1,835 


4.16 


— 


— 


— 


— 


303,480 


10,532 


2,430,440 


90,164 


71 


2,853 


3.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


114,120 


3,659 


1,035.895 


58,975 


21 


4,111 


5.69 










39, 960 


1,278 



240 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Halton Hills 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kanata 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener Wilmot . 
L Orignal 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 
Latchford 

Leamington 

Lincoln 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 



kW.h 

32,297,148 
39,734.698 

747.259,945 
14,907,723 

258,152,781 

5.202,826.488 

62,429.903 

17.720.633 

19.131.214 

8,529,580 

9.170.630 

143.351.293 

75,679.540 

11.905.623 

1.176,990 

38.840.553 
69.329,336 
19.741,347 
6.479,556 
163.520.995 

45.149.582 

24,896.985 

87.784.355 

4.171.997 

57.678,296 

539.523.152 

33.789.658 

1,727,460 

1.329.985.169 

13.878.844 

22.094.112 
5,762,284 
5.607.403 
6.537.416 
2.843.705 

98.499,979 
22,870,745 
142.442,674 
54.750,403 
1,975,348,590 



1,344.984 

1.542.704 

26,728.327 

549.427 
10.173,796 

166,959.817 

2.372.552 

693.352 

806.800 

352.836 

358.242 
4,773.390 
2,816,007 

454,234 
52.802 

1,392,451 

2,663,222 

686.907 

243,699 

6.587.540 

1,855.290 
982,869 

3,376,291 
179.736 

2,218.540 

19,195,120 

1.353.861 

61.484 

47,616.039 
562,508 

833,803 
252,346 
228.772 
273,232 
107.798 

3.559.859 
900,998 

5.030.871 

2,149.906 

72,282,427 



2,160 
2.583 

23,316 
1,017 

1 1 ,365 

117.424 

2.465 

850 

949 

519 

575 

3.680 

1 .963 

437 

104 

1.624 

3.197 

499 

493 

6.754 

2.575 
1,038 
4.989 
320 
2,637 

22.003 

2,097 

128 

48.800 

661 

1,066 
363 

283 
484 
198 

4.314 
1.646 
5,223 
1.963 
87.104 



kW.h 

16,717,112 

17,871.320 

209.818,144 
7,250,345 

124,062,239 

758,631,598 
20.691,044 

7,657,317 
10,438,110 

4.718.071 

5,472,060 
42,474,445 

23.211.611 

4.244.080 

799,200 

13.728.450 

23.956.980 

5,169,653 

3,206,464 

68.622.418 

21.064.441 

11,763.970 

38,429.041 

2.657.355 

37,051.438 

170.120,275 
20,104,104 

1,148,700 
416,104.380 

9,762,178 

11,940.010 
3.105.903 
3,252.421 
4.918.070 
1.699.990 

30.264,512 
12,228,902 
43,455,255 
18,575.466 
653,087,960 



$ 

720,195 
745.310 

8.703.291 
285.267 

5.143.965 

33.564.249 
853,871 
328.244 
442,535 
199.236 

218,276 

1,505,442 

956.736 

136,439 

36,299 

543,949 

1 ,048.498 

200,157 

124.093 

3.199.847 

926.200 
490,050 

1,604,932 
117,235 

1.435.139 

6.769.427 
855,520 

40.330 

15.879.209 

399.363 

459.572 
138,939 
133.384 
208.489 
67,116 

1.286.701 
505.752 

1.763.001 

780.314 

27,107.430 



1,803 
2,204 

20,946 
830 

10,130 

106.255 
2,092 

706 
769 

423 

480 
3,195 
1,658 

351 
82 

1,290 

2.774 

419 

395 

6,328 

2.171 

876 
4.246 

265 
2.272 

18.245 

1,807 

98 

43,245 

573 

903 
289 
216 
431 
165 

3,636 
1.484 
4.439 
1.701 

77.838 



kW.h 
798 
676 
838 
728 
1 .026 

597 
825 
901 
1.131 
925 

940 
1.111 

1.171 

1.016 

812 

879 
720 
1 .028 
676 
948 

802 

1.120 

756 

826 

1 .366 

781 
928 
977 
805 
1.417 

1.113 
893 

1,267 
958 
853 

692 
686 
822 
908 
702 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1982 



241 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


<2 


kW.h 


$ 




<t 


kW.h 


$ 


14,907,556 


601,281 


357 


3,560 


4.03 


— 


— 


— 


— 


672,480 


23,508 


21,096,578 


771.326 


379 


4,663 


3.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


766,800 


26,068 


403,128,623 


13,862.199 


2,367 


14,581 


3.44 


126,283,378 


3,895,467 


3 


3.08 


8.029,800 


267,370 


7,345,978 


254,822 


187 


3,274 


3.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


311.400 


9,338 


132,035,302 


4,958,61 1 


1,235 


9,063 


3.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,055,240 


71,220 


1,277,881,029 


45,128,372 


11,154 


9,505 


3.53 


3,135,740,861 


87,280,371 


15 


2.78 


30,573,000 


986,825 


41,177,979 


1 ,499.376 


373 


9,078 


3.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


560,880 


19,305 


9,726,716 


353,247 


144 


5,629 


3.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


336,600 


11,861 


8,443,624 


355,492 


180 


3,866 


4.21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


249,480 


8,773 


3,617,829 


146,724 


96 


3,207 


4.06 


— 


— 


— 


— 


193,680 


6,876 


3,506,690 


133,500 


95 


3,176 


3.81 














191,880 


6,466 


99,639,888 


3,230,179 


485 


17,407 


3.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,236,960 


37,769 


51,748,289 


1 ,834,839 


305 


14,093 


3.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


719,640 


24,432 


7,525,103 


313,827 


86 


7,378 


-4.17 


— 


— 


— 


— 


136,440 


3,968 


352,950 


15,562 


22 


1,337 


4.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


24,840 


941 


24,750,303 


836,989 


334 


. 6,405 


3.38 














361,800 


11,513 


43,956,476 


1 ,566,663 


423 


8,639 


3.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,415,880 


48,061 


14,440,654 


482,313 


80 


15,042 


3.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


131,040 


4,437 


3,076,892 


113.395 


98 


2,616 


3.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


196,200 


6,211 


93.810,657 


3,348,341 


426 


18,837 


3.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,087,920 


39,352 


23,286,301 


901,305 


404 


4,710 


3.87 














798,840 


27,785 


12,766,895 


479,716 


162 


6,649 


3.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


366,120 


13,103 


47,585,914 


1.710,891 


743 


5,455 


3.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,769,400 


60,468 


1,401,602 


58,473 


55 


2,124 


4.17 


— 


— 


— 


— 


113,040 


4,028 


19,808,218 


754,982 


365 


4,637 


3.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


818,640 


28,419 


335,874,082 


1 1 ,387,867 


3,757 


7,494 


3.39 


27,777,795 


847,883 


1 


3.05 


5,751,000 


189,943 


13,051,954 


477,450 


290 


3,790 


3.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


633,600 


20,891 


529,800 


19,616 


30 


1,472 


3.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


48,960 


1,538 


700.338,029 


24,806,368 


5,551 


10,548 


3.54 


196,226,400 


6.351,811 


4 


3.24 


17,316,360 


578,651 


3,890,946 


155.119 


88 


3.727 


3.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


225,720 


8,026 


9,690,782 


358.502 


163 


4,954 


3.70 














463,320 


15,729 


2,510,221 


108.103 


74 


2,827 


4.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


146,160 


5,304 


2,213,502 


90,425 


67 


2,753 


4.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


141,480 


4,963 


1 ,527,906 


61 ,594 


53 


2.274 


4.03 


— 


— 


— 


— 


91,440 


3,149 


1,053.355 


37,754 


33 


2,832 


3.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


90,360 


2,928 


66.993,827 


2.232,859 


678 


8,115 


3.33 














1,241,640 


40,299 


10,212,363 


380,378 


162 


5,189 


3.72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


429,480 


14,868 


97,676,659 


3.225,267 


784 


10,585 


3.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,310,760 


42,603 


35,553,937 


1.346,617 


262 


11,223 


3.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


621,000 


22,975 


1,174,334,179 


40,483,420 


9,263 


10,574 


3.45 


124,256,091 


3,894,679 


3 


3.13 


23,670,360 


796,898 



242 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Lucan 

Lucknow 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

Newmarket 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara On The Lake 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 



kW.h 
11,901,150 

8,983,820 
11,585,750 

1,616,260 
13,310,450 

683,242,056 

10,163,413 

1,516,455 

9,745,947 

6,942,775 

5,464,530 

38,514,112 

3,582,378 

9,342,141 

122,576,746 

6,485,898 
6.512,809 

257.425,844 

10,642,810 

3,287.714.885 

27,075,225 
3,501,190 

22,063,851 
6,519,373 

28,647,988 

45,878,570 

649,249.877 

2,769.919 

1,813,977 

3,299,671 

2,497,380 

129,584,066 

210,186,141 

499,612,364 

25,907,002 

15.923,357 

440,665.033 

4.560,828,110 

15,583,833 

9,259,001 



$ 
476,735 
365,543 
458,180 

64,191 
539,321 

27,577,532 

383,754 

60,846 

387,160 

268,076 

217,292 

1.512,145 

150,128 

389,228 

4,364,773 

252,341 

276,955 

10.489,048 

419,683 

118,952,379 

1.128,064 
140,599 
914,003 
274,510 

1,122,692 

1.633,549 

24,536,288 

122,513 

84,877 

161,671 

101,548 

4,863.331 

8,007,425 

18,473,185 

1,077,414 

646,297 

16,885.789 

165,923.902 

693,466 

334,028 



629 
575 
646 
142 
644 

27,378 
648 
122 
489 
382 

421 

1,912 

298 

441 

4.566 

442 

426 

9,765 

557 

86,070 

1.259 
155 

1,094 
531 

1,661 

2,022 

24.677 
248 
174 
265 

188 

5,559 

9,712 

26,068 

1,583 

905 

18,648 

141,862 

1,302 

534 



kW.h 
7.680,450 
5,163,240 
5,710,122 
805,050 
6,380,050 

301,730,048 
5,605,696 
1,165,005 
6,418,151 
3,565,820 

4,106,140 
16,321,353 
2,375,700 
4,024,467 
38,083,332 

4,518,039 

4,146,682 

98,867,943 

5,489.450 

760,223.151 

1 1 ,780.822 
1 ,780.800 

11.796,714 
4,195,007 

15,381,897 

14,238,168 

278,540.965 

2,135,790 

1,321,942 

2,106,102 

1,136,300 

61,595,699 

105,047,770 

171,716,226 

11,111,289 

7,586,779 
181,996,695 

1.327,189,356 
9,968.366 

5.447.251 



$ 

312.113 
212.054 
227.188 

32,746 
269,915 

12,903,993 
219,300 
46,322 
254,097 
139,948 

166,551 

690,177 

99,197 

179,675 

1.582,059 

172,802 

179,681 

4,419.431 

213.532 

31,343,130 

521 ,954 
73,753 
505,881 
181,270 
608,900 

565.281 

1 1 .367,346 

92.450 

62,847 

109,156 

48.319 

2,433,028 

4.203.445 

7,541,821 

512,252 

336,889 

7,764,480 

50,856,948 

454,267 

199,637 



536 
455 
484 
107 
506 

23,342 
512 
102 
414 
292 

386 

1,641 

242 

364 

4,017 

352 

341 

8,226 

458 

75,908 

1,079 
128 
925 
453 

1,356 

1,625 

22,121 

216 

152 
225 

148 

4.963 

8.788 

23,132 

1,329 

745 

16,267 

126,248 

1,099 

465 



kW.h 

1,194 

939 

946 

627 

1,051 

1,100 

912 

943 

1,280 

1,032 

891 
829 
818 
916 
790 

1,094 

1.013 

1,019 

999 

840 

913 
1,133 
1,058 

772 
949 

733 
1.077 
824 
720 
784 

619 

1.032 

1,002 

619 

699 

830 
932 
876 
758 
970 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1982 



243 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


<2 


kW.h 


$ 




<t 


kW.h 


$ 


4,015,140 


157,397 


93 


3,637 


3.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


205,560 


7,225 


3,628,340 


146,721 


120 


2,520 


4.04 


— 


— 


— 


— 


192,240 


6,768 


5,585,828 


220,967 


162 


2,804 


3.96 


— 


— 


— 


— 


289,800 


10,025 


739,570 


29,046 


35 


1,761 


3.93 


— 


— 


— 


— 


71,640 


2,399 


6,711,160 


261,688 


138 


4,205 


3.90 


— 


— 


— 


— 


219,240 


7.718 


375,248,008 


14,448,036 


4,036 


8,078 


3.85 














6,264,000 


225,503 


4,270,437 


155,034 


136 


2,489 


3.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


287,280 


9,420 


304,290 


12,894 


20 


1,268 


4.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


47,160 


1,630 


3,125,836 


125,804 


75 


3,473 


4.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


201 ,960 


7,259 


3,189,395 


121,585 


90 


3,164 


3.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


187,560 


6,543 


1,183,790 


44,810 


35 


2,819 


3.79 














174,600 


5,931 


21,470,959 


796,344 


271 


6,459 


3.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


721 ,800 


25,624 


1,130,358 


48,269 


56 


1,653 


4.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


76,320 


2,662 


5,129,394 


202,819 


77 


5,551 


3.95 


— 


— 


— 


— 


188,280 


6,734 


83,453,734 


2,749,880 


549 


12,784 


3.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,039,680 


32,834 


1 ,774,899 


72,853 


90 


1,608 


4.10 














192,960 


6,686 


2,239,767 


92,761 


85 


2,249 


4.14 


— 


— 


— 


— 


126,360 


4,513 


156.329,501 


5,986,916 


1,539 


8,616 


3.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,228,400 


82,701 


4,895,240 


197,153 


99 


4,121 


4.03 


— 


— 


— 


— 


258,120 


8,998 


1,942,198,646 


70,567,524 


10,155 


17,721 


3.63 


558,926,328 


16,080,798 


7 


2.88 


26,366,760 


960,927 


14,934,043 


593,031 


180 


6,876 


3.97 














360,360 


13,079 


1,636,870 


63.932 


27 


5,456 


3.91 


— 


— 


— 


— 


83,520 


2,914 


9,885,177 


394,271 


169 


4,874 


3.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


381,960 


13,851 


2,188,646 


88,527 


78 


2,338 


4.04 


— 


— 


— 


— 


135,720 


4,713 


12,897,811 


501,112 


305 


3,559 


3.89 


— 


— 


— 


— 


368,280 


12,680 


31,032,362 


1,048,611 


397 


6,580 


3.38 














608,040 


19,657 


366,708,232 


13,025,810 


2,556 


12,175 


3.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,000,680 


143,132 


557,449 


27,253 


32 


1,327 


4.89 


— 


— 


— 


— 


76,680 


2,810 


425,075 


19,563 


22 


1,610 


4.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


66,960 


2,467 


1,119,769 


49,866 


40 


2,333 


4.45 


- 


- 


- 


— 


73,800 


2,649 


1,290,160 


50,764 


40 


2,688 


3.93 














70,920 


2,465 


66,031,767 


2,363,993 


596 


9,202 


3.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,956,600 


66,310 


102,602,891 


3,715,944 


924 


9,334 


3.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,535,480 


88,036 


319,724,858 


10,672,605 


2,936 


9,125 


3.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,171,280 


258,759 


14,278,033 


546,928 


254 


4,817 


3.83 


- 


— 


— 


— 


517,680 


18,234 


8,209,138 


305,117 


160 


4,197 


3.72 














127,440 


4,291 


255,370,738 


9,007,552 


2,381 


8,923 


3.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,297,600 


113,757 


3,058,460,954 


109,529,629 


15,611 


16,375 


3.58 


131,475,960 


3,962,569 


3 


3.01 


43,701,840 


1 ,574,756 


5,275,267 


226,951 


203 


2,134 


4.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


340,200 


12,248 


3,632,470 


128,671 


69 


4,147 


3.54 




" 


" 


" 


179,280 


5,720 



244 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palme rston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pelham 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Point Edward.... 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne ... 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll ... 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Priceville 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond Hill .. 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 



kW.h 

1,079,081,193 

3.304,760 

6,703,194 

103,241,114 

222,138,662 

1,197,325.929 

3,431,998.350 

199,185,494 

9.195,704 

13.491,990 

45,880,581 
12.133,927 
59,041.361 
14.859,214 
121,834,306 

47,281,116 
68.764,682 

598,291,545 
27,037,215 

297,727,944 

37,322,415 

7,636,396 

35,057.982 

3.246.500 

135,922,468 

23.270.044 

65,273.531 

149,526.487 

11.621.009 

3.801,133 

11,839,346 
36,921,055 
842,040 
8,655,387 
6,305,750 

69,174.110 

292.747,108 

19.985.790 

5.919,920 

28,837.932 



$ 

36,707,872 

129,391 

281 ,283 

3,859,949 

8.308.725 

43,434.055 

116.735.542 

7.248,654 

361 .876 

554,402 

1.884,994 
490,181 

2,326,553 
647,006 

4,814,614 

1.685.327 
2,561,240 

23.059,397 
1,144,317 

12.049,903 

1,490,102 
313,693 

1,481,652 
149,812 

5,727,676 

974.330 

2.540.039 

5,304,329 

462,751 

154,817 

498.037 

1,416,695 

39,139 

349,398 

241 ,802 

2,763,677 
11,951,004 

812.594 

243,492 

1,175.548 



22.926 

337 

384 

4.855 

9.114 

36.902 

113.454 

7,374 

504 

871 

2,874 
585 
2,833 
1,115 
5,687 

1.874 
2.785 

22.656 
1,717 

12,866 

2,000 

360 

1,009 

395 

7,914 

1.882 

2.426 

3,614 

865 

421 

1.155 

2.092 

104 

477 

407 

3.449 

12.809 

1,305 

297 

1,450 



kW.h 

221,204,974 

1 ,990,700 

3.602,908 

35,687.840 

81.907,320 

397,781,147 

940,858,022 

64.737,191 

6,830.300 

7,420,190 

19.949.631 
6,547.232 

30.287.982 
9,017,045 

47.592.741 

22,448.826 
23.088,134 

227,963,407 
12.229,948 

163,973,915 

17.067,970 
4,546,686 
5,812,300 
2,151,550 

46.999.669 

10.709,710 

38,347.020 

38,904,138 

8,174,978 

2,214,8% 

7,035,405 

14,941.457 

778,800 

4,793,860 

3,125.785 

31.339,280 

116,444,634 

8.698.919 

3.838.520 

18,173.461 



$ 

9,408,428 

78,071 

159,189 

1 ,483.749 

3,182,716 

15,325,194 

34,007,006 

2,612,579 

267,344 

317,788 

902,884 
272,678 

1,228,3,,; 
413,434 

2,081.385 

853,945 
990.185 

9.896,435 
563.787 

7,076.271 

725,573 
190,856 
276,119 
100,524 
2,398,819 

506.225 
1.536,306 
1.697.883 

305.383 
90,427 

310.688 
591.645 
36,220 
201.235 
127,981 

1,343,813 

5,181.346 

385.913 

158,123 

760,965 



20,176 

251 

318 

4,167 

7,978 

33,107 

99,969 

6.332 

417 

734 

2,525 
479 

2,311 
969 

4.711 

1.638 
2.329 

19.672 
1.470 

1 1 .875 

1.601 
300 
812 
314 

7.050 

1.612 
2.119 

3.177 
824 
306 

1,031 

1.794 

96 

383 
374 

2.924 
11.315 
1,099 
252 
1.289 



kW.h 

922 
664 
953 
727 
855 

1.007 
790 
852 

1,362 

845 

661 

1,139 

1,181 

776 

847 

1.142 
835 
971 
694 

1,172 

891 

1.276 
606 
573 
558 

554 

1,509 

1,018 

829 

603 

566 
709 
676 
1 ,043 
710 

905 

873 

657 

1.254 

1.192 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1982 



245 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per . 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


C 


kW.h 


$ 




c 


kW.h 


$ 


369,361,080 


13,499,881 


2,746 


11,312 


3.65 


480,823,739 


13,527,772 


4 


2.81 


7,691,400 


271,791 


1 ,222,260 


48,503 


86 


1,213 


3.97 


— 


— 


— 


— 


91,800 


2,817 


2.983,646 


117,900 


66 


3,885 


3.95 


— 


— 


— 


— 


116,640 


4,194 


66.482,634 


2,340,175 


688 


8,123 


3.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 .070,640 


36.025 


136,692,542 


5,008,739 


1,136 


10,081 


3.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,538,800 


117,270 


399,744,506 


14,187,833 


3,791 


8,817 


3.55 


389,242,196 


13,557,362 


4 


3.48 


10,558,080 


363,666 


2,094,462,328 


70,477,074 


13,475 


13,019 


3.36 


366,672,000 


11,221,035 


10 


3.06 


30,006,000 


1 ,030,427 


91,704,915 


3,315,431 


1,041 


7,327 


3.62 


40,455,588 


1 ,242.709 


1 


3.07 


2,287,800 


77,935 


2.228,604 


89,842 


87 


2,135 


4.03 


— 


— 


— 


— 


136,800 


4,690 


5,699,920 


223,706 


137 


3.467 


3.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


371,880 


12,908 


24,883,350 


944,914 


349 


6,028 


3.80 














1 ,047,600 


37,196 


5.407,055 


211,241 


106 


4,172 


3.91 


— 


— 


— 


— 


179,640 


6,262 


27.995,219 


1,071,682 


522 


4,771 


3.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


758,160 


26,531 


5,611,769 


225.391 


146 


3,160 


4.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


230,400 


8,181 


72,221,245 


2,664,650 


976 


6,154 


3.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,020,320 


68,579 


24.228,210 


811,760 


236 


8,592 


3.35 














.604,080 


19,622 


45,114,588 


1,552,546 


456 


8,336 


3.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


561,960 


18,509 


304,846,658 


11,116,897 


2,983 


8,703 


3.65 


58.716,000 


1,810,021 


1 


3.08 


6,765,480 


236,044 


14,428,907 


567,395 


247 


4,829 


3.93 


— 


— 


— 


— 


378.360 


13.135 


131,396,389 


4,887,705 


991 


11,430 


3.72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2.357,640 


85.927 


19,603,925 


742,033 


399 


4,094 


3.79 


_ 


_ 


_ 





650,520 


22.496 


2,943.910 


117,712 


60 


4.089 


4.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


145,800 


5.125 


28.802,522 


1,190,377 


197 


12,767 


4.13 


— 


— 


— 


— 


443,160 


15.156 


1,031,950 


47,074 


81 


1,075 


4.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


63,000 


2.214 


84,866,449 


3,199,618 


863 


8,185 


3.77 


2,436,350 


70,913 


1 


2.91 


1 .620,000 


58,326 


12.050,574 


451,057 


270 


3,775 


3.74 














509,760 


17,048 


26,175,551 


977,892 


307 


7,175 


3.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


750, 960 


25,841 


47.383,083 


1 .837,936 


436 


9,140 


3.88 


61 ,936,066 


1,721,229 


1 


2.78 


1 .303,200 


47.281 


3,235,791 


150,729 


41 


6,577 


4.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


210,240 


6,639 


1,447,637 


59.757 


115 


1,058 


4.13 


— 


— 


— 


— 


138,600 


4,633 


4,454,741 


175,218 


124 


2,878 


3.93 





_ 


_ 


_ 


349,200 


12.131 


21,574,958 


811,228 


298 


6,054 


3.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


404,640 


13,822 


29,400 


1.691 


8 


306- 


5.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


33,840 


1,228 


3,699,887 


142,656 


94 


3,179 


3.86 


— 


— 


— 


— 


161,640 


5.507 


3.095.365 


111,010 


33 


8,061 


3.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


84.600 


2,811 


36.678,870 


1,379,212 


525 


5,856 


3.76 














1 ,155,960 


40,652 


173,260,834 


6,657,113 


1,494 


9,651 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,041,640 


112.545 


10,666,231 


405.341 


206 


4,193 


3.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


620,640 


21.340 


1 .948.200 


80.542 


45 


3,608 


4.13 


— 


— 


— 


— 


133.200 


4,827 


10,262.711 


400.358 


161 


5,312 


3.90 






— 


— 


401 ,760 


14,225 



246 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Scugog 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

South Dumfries 

South River 

South West Oxford.. 

Southampton 

Springfield 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sundridge 

Tara 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp. ... 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thombury 

Thorndale 



kW.h 
7,858.288 
5,728,612 
1,874,910 
8.696.910 

63,480,678 

714,823.830 

3,290,434,947 

17,384.593 

34.098,590 

15,629,031 

21,742.870 
135,728,944 
25,777.435 
87,103,707 
8,662,614 

8.523.439 

21,829,566 

29.245,781 

2,515,720 

1,342,894,147 

12,967,753 

36,996,560 

219,951,102 

16,209.670 

13.824.489 

265.484.786 
255,155,954 
61.150,132 
44.119,671 
687.986,317 

8,423,710 

7.399.360 

37.673.797 

10.172.339 

22,364.026 

6.837,811 
5.871,240 
12.274,225 
14.827,418 
2.197,069 



$ 
320,130 

208.938 

68.736 

355,865 

2,546,233 

23.248,424 

118,159.498 

679,588 

1,261,535 

658,660 

898.461 
5,065,436 
1,103.534 
3,326,537 

311,901 

331,500 
6% ,949 

1.175.874 

94,757 

45,683,068 

536,316 

1 .540.080 

8,667,992 

632,332 

539,651 

10,595,097 
9,989,124 

2,498,322 

1,748,236 

28.661,187 

319.449 
250,767 
1,534.153 
376.752 
868,181 

281 ,939 
216,009 
520.695 
603,732 
90,746 



458 
470 
156 
450 
4,265 

17.152 

107,846 

779 

1.650 

1.005 

1.131 
5.151 
1.174 
4,122 
358 

492 

352 

1.740 

212 

43,806 

896 

2.071 

10,441 

1,146 

729 

12,031 
9,823 
3.197 
2,282 

33,506 

441 

342 

1.998 

463 



463 
328 
693 
934 
158 



kW.h 
5,958.747 
3,142,919 
963,800 
6,220.220 
49.160,052 

127,763,590 

1,011,203.440 

9,824.842 

20.094.320 

8,092.364 

12,577.250 
47.712.650 
12,439.570 
32,823.222 
2,952,602 

5.231,350 

3,010.050 

19.106.040 

1.894.650 

298,821.542 

9,154,764 
16,942.920 
69,656,183 
9,967,250 
7,069,863 

97,859,454 
83.807.517 
26.340.281 
25,510.224 
325,264.241 

4,487,700 
3,971,500 

17.568.870 
5,059,991 

13,295,611 

3.043.785 
3.020,230 
6,995,772 
7.856.743 
1 ,327,920 



$ 

241,330 

114,957 

37,132 

256,128 

2.010.866 

5.364,388 

38.191.867 

400.321 

739,776 

359.524 

537.679 
2.044,569 

589,359 
1 ,428.974 

116,526 

204,053 
131.013 

785.572 

71,150 

12,957,009 

400.917 
756.409 
3.235.186 
392,713 
287,188 

4.387,381 
3,654,211 
1,161.210 
1 ,059,957 
13.740,398 

168,607 
136,666 
804,406 
194,465 
547,285 

119.689 
113.857 
310.860 
336,886 
55.729 



389 
386 
139 
407 
3,981 

15,066 

95,464 

674 

1.410 

847 

962 
4,408 

982 
3,471 

302 

415 

314 

1,575 

178 

39.233 

852 

1.717 

9,259 

965 

609 

10.548 
8.717 
2.731 
1.996 

29.737 

351 

274 

1.821 



367 
256 
566 
809 
128 



kW.h 

1.273 

682 

578 

1,357 

1,028 

708 

889 

1,213 

1.188 

805 

1,088 
905 

1,058 
790 
815 

1.076 
796 

1,013 
887 
636 

895 
822 
627 
864 
972 

769 
801 
794 
1.059 
915 

1.069 
1.199 
804 
1.087 
1,424 

691 
976 
1,041 
829 
858 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1982 



247 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5.000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


« 


kW.h 


$ 




c 


kW.h 


$ 


1,691,821 


71,430 


69 


2,043 


4.22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


207,720 


7,370 


2,408,933 


88,502 


84 


2,419 


3.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


176,760 


5,479 


856,750 


29,905 


17 


4,200 


3.49 


— 


— 


— 


— 


54,360 


1.699 


2,343,130 


94,894 


43 


4,541 


4.05 


— 


— 


— 


— 


133,560 


4.843 


13,849.746 


519,701 


284 


4,078 


3.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


470,880 


15,666 


271 ,046,480 


9,310,178 


2.083 


11,094 


3.43 


309,162,240 


8,335,954 


3 


2.70 


6,851,520 


237.904 


1, 946.272 ,967 


70,265,091 


12,375 


13,280 


3.61 


298,801 ,020 


8,548,770 


7 


2.86 


34,157,520 


1,153,770 


7,188,231 


266,413 


105 


5,705 


3.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


371.520 


12,854 


13,590,270 


507,470 


240 


4,680 


3.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


414,000 


14,289 


7,124,467 


284,809 


158 


3,734 


4.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


412.200 


14,327 


8,741,900 


345,845 


169 


4,362 


3.96 














423.720 


14,937 


86,100,734 


2,957,332 


743 


9,404 


3.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,915,560 


63,535 


13,034,385 


503,548 


192 


5,657 


3.86 


— 


— 


— 


— 


303,480 


10.627 


53,116,965 


1 ,859,493 


651 


6,789 


3.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,163,520 


38.070 


5,578,252 


190,832 


56 


8,452 


3.42 


— 


— 


— 


— 


131,760 


4,543 


3.150,969 


122,573 


77 


3,548 


3.89 














141,120 


4,874 


18,599.196 


558,456 


38 


39,742 


3.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


220,320 


7.480 


9,514,781 


368,456 


165 


5,115 


3.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


624.960 


21.846 


546,550 


21,188 


34 


1,340 


3.88 


— 


— 


— 


— 


74.520 


2.419 


411,758.030 


13.846,672 


4,567 


7,517 


3.36 


616,984,695 


18,398,197 


6 


2.98 


15.329,880 


481,190 


3,485,389 


124,692 


44 


6,755 


3.58 














327.600 


10,707 


19,462.520 


762.583 


354 


4,647 


3.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


591.120 


21.088 


147,245,719 


5.326,669 


1,182 


10,337 


3.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3.049.200 


106.137 


5,894,300 


227,932 


181 


2,714 


3.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


348,120 


11,687 


6,527,826 


244,607 


120 


4,571 


3.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


226,800 


7,856 


163.703.132 


6.070.876 


1,483 


10,016 


3.71 











_ 


3,922,200 


136,840 


167,025.197 


6,181,433 


1,106 


12,608 


3.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4.323,240 


153.480 


34,023.971 


1 ,309,563 


466 


6,343 


3.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


785,880 


27,549 


17.945.967 


665,428 


286 


5,322 


3.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


663,480 


22,851 


354.800,276 


14,606,552 


3,769 


7,783 


4.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7,921,800 


314,237 


3,782,650 


145.451 


90 


3,502 


3.85 














153,360 


5,391 


3,263,700 


109.016 


68 


4,000 


3.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


164,160 


5,085 


19,373,047 


704,147 


177 


9,173 


3.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


731,880 


25,600 


4,936,668 


176,291 


75 


5,485 


3.57 


— 


_ 


_ 


— 


175,680 


5,996 


8,692,935 


308,191 


80 


9,170 


3.55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


375,480 


12,705 


3,524,026 


152,781 


96 


3,059 


4.34 














270,000 


9,469 


2,681.450 


96.841 


72 


3,147 


3.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


169,560 


5,311 


4,990,093 


199.699 


127 


3,274 


4.00 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


288,360 


10.136 


6,625.075 


255.128 


125 


4,452 


3.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


345,600 


11,718 


748,909 


30.876 


30 


2,152 


4.12 


" 








120,240 


4,141 



248 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury.... 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterford 

Waterloo North 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellington 

West Lincoln 

West Lome 

Westminster Twp 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Whitchurch Stouffville 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodstock 

Woodville 



kW.h 

2.981,870 

114.848,593 

1,039,634,977 

34,910,324 

97,715,831 

7,595,198,948 
15.741,786 
197.520.837 
15.068,744 
25.790,226 

14,066.228 

447,139.726 

7,656,245 

51.648,139 
146.237,771 

2.699,010 
4.773,710 

55.292,526 

14,272.469 

670.357.051 

10.795,164 
5,425,894 
3,006,260 

335.853.073 
8.480,073 

7,742,080 
11.575.460 
12,312.215 

6,595.301 
10.123,635 

284.073,159 

45.961.895 

19.171.183 

2.172.960 

29.963,180 

1 .850,600 

2.066,588.235 

44.503.710 

255,295.368 

3.926.680 



$ 

119,013 

4,345,404 

38.178,295 

1.379,211 

4.070,038 

279,091,149 

617,742 

6.612,700 

569,839 

1,018.758 

570.109 

18.362,851 
342,280 

1.869,242 
5,476,722 

100,780 
194,446 

2.521.541 

614,945 

25.520.677 

453.440 
227,513 
131,524 
1 2, 6%. 903 
325,194 

328,460 

472,055 
496,301 
259,773 
404.473 

10,673,395 

1 ,662,885 

772,490 

95.715 

1,033,000 

79,296 

73.558.800 

1.669.366 

9,061.830 

138.207 



192 

5.855 

41.589 

1.605 

4.147 

204.395 

985 

5,658 

794 

1,267 

774 

15,490 

624 

1 .936 

4.316 

197 

311 

5,217 

1,099 

23.071 

652 
498 
199 

16.491 
581 

530 
564 
956 
354 
629 

1 1 ,862 

1,987 
958 
150 
848 

150 

67.372 

1 .335 

10.098 



kW.h 
2,182,200 
39,689,411 
345,465,635 
11,947,580 
32,030,718 

.338,263,948 

9,091,610 

51,925,416 

7.382,374 

11.513.750 

8,922.580 
115,575.778 

5.476,530 
20,1 73.2(H) 
27,841,889 

1.391.330 
3.001,700 

39,113.494 

8.149.585 

213.131.127 

4,972,458 
4,306,886 
2,090,050 
96.848,497 
5,338.359 

3,421.630 
4.074,555 
8.655,909 
3,521.845 
5,453.850 

127.528.236 
18.468.419 
10.217.510 
1 ,240,870 
9,620.263 

1,111,550 

483.920.409 

15.248.260 

80.960.725 

2,788,550 



$ 

88,002 

1,868,229 

14.562,780 

504,218 

1,478,583 

51.281.466 

368.450 

2.034.730 

283,673 

471,375 

367.755 

5, 3(H), 892 

251,841 

798.004 

1.281.987 

52,732 
123,143 

1 .872,923 
372,087 

8,875.493 

223.288 
183,465 
93,192 
4,266.496 
210,455 

153.902 
179,653 
356.370 
143.877 
218,957 

5.247.029 
710,612 
424,927 

55.857 
359,491 

49.821 

20.036.852 

625.913 

3.288.652 

98.962 



169 

5.191 

37.416 

1 .392 

3,487 

172,784 

878 

4.939 

644 

1 ,040 

658 

12.324 

570 

1.645 

3.723 

149 

243 

4,733 

970 

19,161 

529 
465 
172 
14,533 
495 

417 
477 
842 
279 
516 

10,726 

1,694 

797 

118 

699 

140 

59.751 

1.132 

8.^48 
234 



kW.h 
1,082 
650 

775 
715 
763 

649 
863 
876 
951 
943 

1.137 
823 
803 

1,026 
621 

778 
1 .055 
688 
699 
944 

782 
780 
1 ,007 
558 
902 

684 
710 
872 
1,033 
877 

1 .000 
909 

1 ,072 
876 

1.149 

657 
674 
1.123 
756 
997 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1982 



249 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5.000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


C 


kW.h 


$ 




c 


kW.h 


$ 


748,550 


29,227 


23 


2,599 


3.90 


— 


— 


— 


— 


51.120 


1.784 


73,119.422 


2,409,406 


664 


9,232 


3.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2 139,760 


67,769 


617.814.854 


21,176,865 


4.171 


12,539 


3.43 


62.333,568 


1 ,966,352 


2 


3.15 


14,020,920 


472,298 


22.347.864 


853,776 


213 


8,702 


3.82 


— 


— 


— 


— 


614,880 


21.217 


64,161.953 


2,536,029 


660 


8,163 


3.95 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,523,160 


55,426 


4.809,737,407 


182,751,872 


31,589 


12,688 


3.80 


1 ,382,299,690 


43,004,514 


22 


3.11 


64,897,903 


2,053,297 


6,424,816 


241,580 


107 


4,957 


3.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


225,360 


7,712 


94,366.009 


3.126,835 


718 


10,952 


3.31 


49,397.012 


1,391,373 


1 


2.82 


1 ,832,400 


59,762 


7.443.370 


278,140 


150 


4,135 


3.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


243,000 


8,026 


14.029,516 


538,639 


227 


5,173 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


- 


246,960 


8.744 


4,845,928 


192,196 


116 


3,542 


3.97 














297,720 


10,158 


328.908,228 


12.960,895 


3,166 


9,383 


3.94 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,655.720 


101,064 


1 .982,795 


83,394 


54 


3,118 


4.21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


196,920 


7,045 


31,016.659 


1 ,056,228 


291 


8,944 


3.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


458,280 


15.010 


97,070,442 


3,341,034 


592 


13,664 


3.44 


19,195,680 


779.976 


1 


4.06 


2,129,760 


73,725 


1,221,280 


45,163 


48 


2,165 


3.70 














86,400 


2,885 


1,607.850 


65,734 


68 


•1,914 


4.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


164,160 


5,569 


15.142,232 


612,820 


484 


2,623 


4.05 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,036,800 


35,798 


5,858,644 


233,883 


129 


3,844 


3.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


264,240 


8,975 


400,250,440 


14,823,893 


3,909 


8,504 


3.70 


49,634,724 


1,561,715 


1 


3.15 


7,340.760 


259,576 


5.658,546 


224,326 


123 


3.834 


3.96 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


164,160 


5.826 


1 .004,528 


40,146 


33 


2,537 


4.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


114.480 


3,902 


838,090 


35,504 


27 


2,686 


4.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


78.120 


2,828 


201 ,099,846 


7,035.741 


1,957 


8,520 


3.50 


32,154,810 


1,206,193 


1 


3.75 


5,749,920 


188,473 


3,056,754 


1 1 1 ,942 


86 


2,962 


3.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


84,960 


2.797 


4.163,130 


169,012 


113 


3,070 


4.06 














157,320 


5.546 


7,255.385 


283.684 


87 


7,198 


3.91 


— 


— 


— 


— 


245,520 


8,718 


3.373,706 


130,339 


114 


2,556 


3.86 


— 


— 


— 


— 


282,600 


9,592 


2,979,136 


112,676 


75 


3,355 


3.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


94,320 


3,220 


4,500,585 


179.698 


113 


3,319 


3.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


169,200 


5.818 


151,714.443 


5.262,524 


1,136 


1 1 ,329 


3.47 














4,830,480 


163.842 


27.025,836 


936,500 


293 


7.766 


3.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


467,640 


15,773 


8,609.513 


335,279 


161 


4.456 


3.89 


— 


— 


— 


— 


344,160 


12,284 


878.450 


37,889 


32 


2.218 


4.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


53,640 


1,969 


20.079.757 


664,899 


149 


1 1 .230 


3.31 


- 


- 


— 


- 


263,160 


8,610 


699,450 


28,033 


10 


5.829 


4.01 


_ 


_ 


_ 





39,600 


1,442 


944,874,771 


33.670,732 


7,614 


10,301 


3.56 


612,164,655 


18,966,326 


7 


3.10 


25,628,400 


884,890 


28,881,770 


1 ,030,087 


203 


1 1 .684 


3.57 


_ 


_ 


— 


_ 


373,680 


13,366 


170,917,163 


5,663,271 


1,150 


12,396 


3.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,417,480 


109,907 


1 ,076,570 


37.385 


46 


1,950 


3.47 










61.560 


1 ,860 



250 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Rev. 

per 
kW.h 



Wyoming. 

York 

Zorra 

Zurich 

Total 



kW.h 
10,040,050 
817,421,458 
19,503,147 
6,998,350 
64,983,917,290 



$ 

387,311 

28,864,964 

728,302 

268,007 

2,365,215.709 



662 
34,857 



375 
2,240,541 



kW.h 
5,146,400 
255,765,617 
10,027,460 
4,097,800 
18,886.891,334 



S 

206,958 

9,659.400 

400,542 

158,916 

771 ,290,930 



578 

30,861 

764 

295 

,968,557 



kW.h 

750 

693 

1,111 

1,162 

823 



4.02 
3.78 
3.99 
3.88 
4.08 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1982 



251 



General Service 

(under 5.000 kW) 



General Service 

(over 5,000 kW) 



Street Lighting 



Revenue 



Custo- 
mers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Rev. 

per 
kW.h 



Sales 



Revenue 



Custo- 
mers 



Rev. 
per 
kW.h 



Sales 



Revenue 



kW.h 

4,713,650 

433,912,121 

9,257,167 

2,760.870 

35,896,905.250 



$ 

174,180 

15,393,500 

320,567 

104,414 

,288,862.632 



84 

3,993 

124 

80 

271,864 



kW.h 
4,790 
9,011 
6,122 
2,912 

11,419 



t 
3.70 
3.55 
3.46 
3.78 
3.59 



kW.h 
121,229,520 

9,532.967,341 



3,585,873 



282,432,162 



120 



2.96 
2.96 



kW.h 

180,000 

6.514,200 

218,520 

139,680 

667,153,365 



$ 

6,173 

226,191 

7,193 

4,677 

22,629,985 



252 



Index 
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



AMEU 



Association of Municipal 
Electrical Utilities 



GS — Generating Station 

kV - kilovolt(s) 

kVA — kilovolt-ampere(s) 

kW.h - kilowatt-hour(s) 

MEU — Municipal Electric Utilities 



min 


— minimum 




— minute 


MW 


— megawatt 


NPD 


— Nuclear Power Demonstration 


OMEA 


— Ontario Municipal Electric 




Association 


TS 


— Transformer Station 


Twp 


— • Township 



INDEX 

In this index, all page references to tables or graphs are in italic type. No references are given for the 
alphabetically arranged listings of municipalities either in Ontario Hydro's financial statements or in statements 
A, B, C and D. 



Abitibi Canyon GS 24 

River 24 

Accounting policies 36 

Advance payments for fuel supplies 38 

Commissioning energy 38 

Depreciation 37 

Fixed assets 36 

Foreign currency translation 39 

Fuel for electric generation 38 

Nuclear agreement — Pickering units 1&2 . .39 

Pension plan 39,57 

— procedures, uniform for MEU 98 

Rate-setting 36 

Research and development 40,51 

Unamortized items 39 

Acid gas 16 

Administration expense 32,48 

AECL see Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 

Aguasabon GS 25 

-River 25 

Alexander GS 24 

Algoma Area 92 

Alliston Area 92 

Alternate energy 16 

Anti-inflation program 53 

Appropriation 32,41,44 

— debt retirement 

— stabilization of rates 

and contingencies 32,41,43,44 

Area offices, number of 88 

Arnprior Area 91 

-GS 24 

Assets of Ontario Hydro 2,3,42 

see also Financial Statements 

-fixed, of the MEU 95,100-229 

-total, of the MEU 98,/ 00-229 

Assistance for rural construction 43,53 

Atikokan GS 10,13,16,55,47 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited .6,15,19,31,39 

Aubrey Falls GS 24 

Audit of MEU accounts 98 



Average consumption per customer 

see Energy sales 
— number of employees 



2,3 



B 



Babcock and Wilcox (Canada) Limited 13 

Balance sheet, Ontario Hydro 42,43,44 

— sheets, municipal 100-229 

Bancroft Area 91 

Bargaining, collective 19 

Barrett Chute GS 24 

Barrie Area 92 

Beachville Area 91 

Beamsville Area 91 

Beck, Sir Adam,-Niagara No. 1 GS 24 

— Sir Adam,-Niagara No. 2 GS 14,24 

— Pumping-Generating Station 24 

Board of Directors 2,4,10,36,37 

Bonds and notes payable 2,3,33 

— issued by Ontario 

Hydro 33,34,43,45,46,49,52,57-59 

see also Financial Statements 

— guarantee of 2,49 

— other long-term debt 43,50 

— retired 32 

Books of accounts of MEU 98 

Bowmanville Area 91 

Bracebridge Area 92 

Brockville Area 91 

Bruce Energy Centre 5 

Bruce GS A 5,7,8,24 

Bruce GS B 13,15,55,47 

-Heavy Water Plant A 50 

-Heavy Water Plant D 48 

Bruce Nuclear Power Development . . . 1,5,13,14 



Cameron Falls GS 24 

Canada Oil Substitution Program 11 



Index 



253 



Canadian currency bonds 33,49,57,5$ 

Canadian Electrical Association 11 

Canadian International Development Agency . 19 
Capacity, dependable, of hydraulic resources . . 23 

— dependable peak 2,3 

defined 21 

sources of purchased power 25 

— in-service 23-25 

— of combustion-turbines in-service 24 

— of Ontario Hydro resources 2,3,23-25 

— total system 2,3,23 

Capital construction program 13,14 

— expenditures 2,3,35,47 

— investment 

see Financial Statements 

-investment of the MEU 100-229 

Caribou Falls GS 24 

Cash and short-term investments 48 

Cayuga Area 91 

Central Region 91 

Charges allocated to customers 

— contract municipalities 1,62-79 

— for primary power 60-79 

Chats Falls GS 24 

Chenaux GS 24 

Classes of rural service defined 88-90 

Clinton Area 91 

Coal supply 17 

Cobden Area 91 

Cobourg Area 91 

Combustion-turbine units 24 

Conservation 4 

Consolidated Hearings Act 14 

Construction program . 13-15 

Corporate strategy 4,5 

Corporation 1 

Cost allocated to customers 1, 4 1,60,61 

— contract municipalities 1,60-79 

— of fixed assets in service 2,3,54,55 

-of fuel 41 

— of operation \,41 

— of power supplied to MEU defined 1 

— of primary power 60 

adjustments, annual 62-79 

statement of 62-79 

— of providing service 1 

— of purchased power 41 

see also Financial Statements cost 

— Ontario Hydro 41 

Costing and Pricing of Electricity 12 

Costing load of the municipalities 60-79 

Costs 1,30-33 

— administration 1,32 

-of Ontario Hydro 1,30-33 

— of operation and maintenance 1,31,32 

— average per kW.h by type of generation . . .53 

Current assets 42 

Customers 1,1 2,88-90,97-95 

-direct 1,90,94 

-farm 88,89,97-93 

— general service 90,97-94,97 

-residential 88,97-95,97 

-retail 1,88-90 

-street lighting 94,97 



— number of 1,2,3,25 

-direct \, 28,90,94 

-farm 97-95 

— municipal 2,3,28,95 

-retail 28,91-93 

-served by MEU 28,95,97 

— ultimate served 2,3,28 

D 

Darlington GS 10,75-15,55,47 

Debt from borrowings 32,33,39,45-45,50,52,57-59 

— debenture, MEU • 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
debt 

— long-term of Ontario Hydro 
see Financial Statements 

liabilities 
-of the MEU 
see Municipal electrical utilities 
debt 

-payable in US funds 49,58,59 

-retirement 32,39,47,45-45 

— appropriation 32,47 

DeCew Falls GS No. 1 24 

No. 2 24 

Demand charge 60,61 

— primary energy 60 

— primary peak 21,25 

Demands and resources 2,5,5,6,25 

Dependable peak capacity 2,5,6,21,25-25 

Depreciation 32,37,38,47,45,46,52,55 

— accumulated 42,56 

MEU 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
Ontario Hydro 

see Financial Statements 

— expense 32,47,52,55 

— provision for 37,47 

— rates 37 

Description of main classes of retail service 88-90 

Des Joachims GS 24 

Deutsche marks, bonds in 59 

Diesel-electric generation 25 

Direct customers 

see Customers, direct 
Distribution facilities, 

Ontario Hydro-owned 54-56,88-90 

Diversity, power 24,25 

Douglas Point GS 6,22,25 

Dryden Area 92 

Dundas Area 97 

E 

East Elgin Area 97 

Eastern Region 97 

Electricity sales 
see Sales, electricity 

— price of 1,4 

Employees, number of 2,3 

Energy 

-Board 4,12 

— charge 67 



254 



Index 



— Conservation 4 

— delivered by Ontario Hydro to MEU 26 

— deliveries from Manitoba 25 

— deliveries from Quebec 25 

— generated and received 2,3,22,24,25 

— management 11 

— primary, delivered to interconnected 

utilities 2,3,26,27 

— primary demands 2,3,5,22 

— primary supplied 2,3,5,22 

— produced 

by hydro-electric generating stations 6,22,24,25 

by nuclear generating stations 6,22,24,25 

by thermal-electric units 6,22,24 

for commercial load 26,27 

— purchased 6,22,23,25 

by MEU 26,27 

-sales 2,3,26,27 

average per customer 

farm service 93 

general service 93,94 

municipal service 97 

retail service 26,27 ,93,94 

primary 2,3,26,27 

to direct industrial customers 26,27 

to municipalities 26 

to retail customers 26,27 

secondary 2,3,1,22,26,27 

-supplied 2,3,22,26,27 

to direct industrial customers 26,27 

to interconnected systems 1,5,8,14 

to MEU 26 

to retail customers 26,27 

English River 24 

Environment 15,16 

Equal Opportunities Program 18 

Equipment purchased 17 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement 

appropriations and interest 43,44,80-87 

Equity of MEU in Ontario Hydro 

system 44,80-87, 98 ,/ 00-229 

Essex Area 91 

Evaluation of the Pension Fund 39,40,51 

Expenditures on fixed assets . . 2,3,22, 36, 37,54,55 
see also Financial Statements 
assets, fixed 
Expense of the MEU 
see Municipal electrical utilities 
expense 
Export of Power 8,14 



Farm customers 
see Customers 

-service 88,89 

Fenelon Falls Area 91 

Finance 29 

Financial features 1,2 

-operations of MEU 100-229 

Financial Statements 

assets 42 

assets, fixed 34,36,31, 42,47, 5\, 52,54,55 

assistance, provincial 43 



balance sheet 42,43 

bonds payable 43,45,49,57-59 

changes in financial position 45 

cost of 

power 41 

providing service 41,62-79 

depreciation 41,42,45,46,56 

equities 43,44,80-87 

equities accumulated through 

debt retirement 44,80-87 

funded debt, see bonds payable 

liabilities 43 

net income 41 

appropriations 41 

operations, financial, statement of 41 

reserve appropriation 41,44 

revenue 3\,41 

stabilization of rates 41,43,44 

Fixed Assets 36,37,42,47,51,52,54,55 

investment in, MEU 98,100-229 

Foreign currency translation 39,46 

Fort Frances Area 92 

Frankford Area 91 

Fuel 

— availability 17 

-costs 41,42,45,46,48 

— generation of electricity 5,38,45,51 

— sources 17 

Fusion 15 

G 

General Public Utilities 8 

Generating capacity added 21 

— stations 

see also individual listings 

see also Financial Statements 
assets 

Generation development 13,14 

Georgian Bay Region 92 

Government of Ontario \, 2,43, 46,5 3 

Growth in requirements 5 

Guelph Area 91 

H 

Harmon GS 24 

Hearn, Richard L., GS 10,24,47 

Holden, Otto, GS 24 

Huntsville Area 92 

Hydro-electric energy generated 6,22-25 

— cost of 53 

— generating facilities 6,21,24,25 

— production 6,7,22 

— resources 24,25 

Hydro-Quebec 1,25 

I 

Income, net of Ontario Hydro 32,4/ 

appropriations from 32,4/ 

Industrial customers 
see Customers, direct 

Interconnected utilities 1,8,14,31 



Index 



255 



Interest expense 32,41 ,46,52 

Interruptible load 21, 23 

Investments 48 



J. Clark Keith GS 
see Keith, J. Clark, GS 

K 

Kaministikwia River 24 

Kapuskasing Area 92 

Keith, J. Clark, GS 24 

Kenora Area 92 

Kent Area 91 

Kingston Area 91 

Kipling GS 24 

Kirkland Lake Area 92 

L 

Lakeview GS 24 

Lambton Area 91 

-GS 16,24,39 

Legislature of the Province 1 

Lennox GS 10,17,24,47 

Liabilities, long-term 
see Financial statements 

bonds payable 57-59 

Listowel Area 91 

Little Jackfish 14 

Load 

— Forecast 3 

— management 12 

Long-range planning 13,14 

Long-term debt 

see Financial Statements 

of MEU 100-229 

Lower Notch GS 24 

M 

Madawaska River 24 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric System 1,6,25 

Manitou Falls GS 24 

Manitoulin Area 92 

Materials purchased 17 

Matheson Area 92 

Mattagami River 24 

Minden Area 92 

Miscellaneous revenue of MEU 95 

Mississagi River 24 

Montreal River 24 

Mountain Chute GS 24 

Municipal distribution system 95 

— electrical service supplement 95 

-electrical utilities 2,3,95-229 

accounts 95,96,100-229 

assets, fixed, at cost 100-229 

audit 98 

cost, average per kW.h 62-79 

— of power 60-79 

customers served 95,97,100-259 



debt 96,100-229 

depreciation 96,100-229 

energy 

— consumption 26,27 

— supplied 62-79 

equity in Ontaro Hydro system . . . 98,100-229 

expense 98, 100-229 

financial operations 98,100-229 

general service 232-251 

income, see revenue 

net income 100-229 

number of 2,5,2^,95,98 

power supplied 62-79 

rates, wholesale 12 

relationship to Ontario Hydro 1 

residential service 95,97 ,232-251 

revenue 95,97,100-229 

N 

NanticokeGS 16,24 

National Research Council 15,16 

Negotiations with unions 19 

Net revenue of MEU 95,100-229 

New Liskeard Area 92 

Newmarket Area 91 

Niagara 

— Mohawk Power Corporation 8 

-Region 10,9/ 

-River 24 

Nipigon River 24 

North Bay Area 92 

Northeastern Region 92 

Northwestern Region 92 

Nuclear 

— agreement 39 

— capacity in construction program 13 

-fuel 5,17 

-irradiated fuel 16,45,45,50 

— Power Demonstration GS 8,24 

— plant decommissioning 45,50 

— waste management 15 

Nuclear-electric production 6-8,22,24 

— cost of 53 

— stations 24,25 

Number of 

— employees, average in year 2,3 

— retail customers served 28,91-94 

— ultimate customers served 28 



Ontario 

— Energy Board 4,12,36 

— Government 1,2,5,45,46,55 

-Human Rights Code 18,19 

— Hydro distribution facilities . \, 2, 3, 28, 47 ,54-56 

— Ministry of Energy 15,36 

— Municipal Electric Association 44,51 

— Power GS 24 

Operation expense 31,4/ 

Operations 

— statement of, municipal 100-229 

see also Municipal electrical 



256 Index 

utilities, financial operations 

— statement of, Ontario Hydro 41 

see also Financial Statements, 

Operations 

Orangeville Area 92 

Orillia Area 92 

Ottawa River 24 

Otter Rapids GS 24 

Output of hydro-electric stations 24,25 

Owen Sound Area 92 

P 

Parry Sound Area . .92 

Peak demand 2,3,5,22 

Penetanguishene Area 92 

Pension Plan 39,40,51 

Perth Area 91 

Peterborough Area 91 

Pickering GS A 7,13,39 

Pickering GS B 8,13,35,47 

Picton Area 91 

Pine Portage GS 24 

Planning, long-range 13,14 

Power 

— Corporation Act 1,30,32,36 

— development program 13,14 

-District 88 

— primary 2,3,22 

— purchase 6,22,23,26,27 

— requirements 2,3,22,23 

— resources 23-25 

Program of capital construction 13,14 

Progress on power developments 13,14 

Provincial Government 1,2,5,31,45,46,55 

Provision for 

— depreciation 31,41,45 

— for reserve for stabilization of 
rates and contingencies 41 ,43 

Public participation programs 14,15 

Purchased energy 21,26,27 

Q 

Quebec Hydro 1,25 

R 

Rates 

— increases, wholesale 4,12,55 

— review 4,12,36 

— stabilization reserve 32,41,44 

— time-of-use 12 

Rayner, George W., GS 24 

REAP — see Residential Energy Advisory Program 

Red Rock Falls GS 24 

Regulatory powers 1,98 

Requirements 

— energy 2,3,22 

— power 2,3,23 

— primary energy 2,3,23 

Research activities 15-17,51 

Reserve 

— capacity 23 

— for stabilization of rates and 



contingencies 32,41,43,44 

— see also Financial Statements 

Reserves of power 23 

Residential Energy Advisory Program 11 

Residential service 

municipal systems 95,232-251 

retail 88,89,97-94 

revenue of MEU 95-97,100-229 

Resources 23-25 

see also Capacity, dependable peak 

— hydro-electric 23-25 

— nuclear 23-25 

— thermal-electric 23-25 

Restraint Program 9,10 

Retail 

— classes of service defined 88-90 

— customers of Ontario Hydro, number of 1,2,5,25 
-customers of MEU 28,95,97,232-251 

— distribution facilities 2,3,28,45,54-56 

— distribution of electricity 1,88 

— energy consumption 26,27 

— service 1 

by MEU 95,232-251 

by Ontario Hydro 1,2,5,88-90 

Revenue 

-of Ontario Hydro 30,31,41,60 

from direct customers 30,41,60 

from export of secondary energy . . 5,8,50,4/,46 

from MEU 30,41,60 

from retail customers 30,41,60 

from sales of power and energy 30,41 ,60 

from sales to interconnected systems . 30,41,44 
per kW.h 53,93,94 

-of MEU 95,97,100-229 

per kW.h 62-79,97 

retail 95,97 

Revised Statutes of Ontario 1 

Richard L. Hearn GS 
see Hearn, Richard L , GS 

Rural assistance 1,30,45,55 



St. Lawrence River 24 

Sales, electricity 

municipal 26,27,95,97,232-251 

retail 26,27,93,94 

-of energy 2,3,22,26,27,93-95,97 

— of secondary energy 2, 5,8, 22, 26, 27 

Saunders, Robert H., St. Lawrence GS 24 

Secondary energy 2 ,3 ,% ,22 ,26 ,27 

revenue 5,8,50,4/,46 

Silver Falls GS 24 

Simcoe Area 91 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 

reserve 32,41 ,43,44 

Staff 2,5,17-19 

Standard accounting system of MEU 98 

Stewartville GS 24 

Strathroy Area 91 

Street lighting revenue 94,95,97,232-251 

Sudbury Area 92 

Supply 17 

Swiss currency bonds 59 



Index 257 



Thermal-electric 

— additional capacity planned 13,14 

— cost of 53 

— energy generated 6,22,24,25 

— generating stations 24,25 

— production 6,22,24,25 

— resources 23-25 

Thunder Bay 

-Area 92 

-GS 8,10,24,32,55 

Timmins Area 92 

Tingle voltage 12 

Toronto Power GS 24 

Transformer stations 14 

Transmission effects 

demonstration 15 

Transmission lines 2,5,8,14,15,25,37,47 

in service 2,3,28 

submarine 14 

underground 28 

Tritium removal system 15 

Tweed Area 91 



U 



Ultimate customers served 2,3,28 

Uniform system of accounts for MEU 98 

United States currency bonds 58,59 

Uranium 5,11,48 



Vankleek Hill Area 91 

Vermont Department of Public Service 8 



W 



Walkerton Area 92 

Warren Area 92 

Welland Canal 24 

Wells GS 24 

Wesleyville GS 48 

West German Currency, bonds in 59 

Western Region 91 

Whitedog Falls GS 25 

Winchester Area 91 

Winnipeg River 25 



Year-round residential services 88,97-95 



ONT ONTARIO HYDRO 

HYDRO STATISTICAL YEARBOOK, 
YRBK 1982.